Just a short post this morning because I am fighting internet connection issues again.
I photographed this hovering Northern Harrier several years ago at Farmington Bay Water Fowl Management Area as it scanned the marsh below for prey. Normally I would want to be able to see the eyes or have the bird looking at me but in this image I felt the hovering behavior was important and this is the way harriers are seen when they are hunting… head down and eyes on the ground.
Sorry this is short.
By the way, my camera is out of the shop and now it and it just needs to be shipped. I hope they overnight it, I will know once the tracking number is entered.
Life is good.