The sun is shining here in Northwest Ohio, but it is still cold. Hoping that golf season would start, but again we wait. Here is an image I call Flight 25. I know, its a boring title. But I could spend hours coming up with new and descriptive titles for the posts of Eagles in flight from my recent trip to Alaska, but there are better things to do around the office and posting images of Bald Eagles is one of them. In addition, I have already started posting images to a hard bound book I am working on for future publication. I have many flight shots from my trip and this is one of my favorites. So much so that I chose this for the cover of the book. It didn’t hurt that I had a lot of blue sky to the right where type would go giving a Title to my book. For many of these flight shots I was using a short telephoto zoom lens. We were working from a boat for most of the flight shots and I was able to capture many images. The trick is to try and catch them in the air as they approached the boat and then follow them with my focus button until the time to trip the shutter. Since my camera gave me 8 frames per second, I was able to get a large number of flight shots illustrating many different facets of Bald Eagles in flight. So ignore the boring title and enjoy the beautiful image capture of a Bald Eagle in Flight. More to come! Enjoy!