The eagle has landed. A bald eagle captured in mid flight. These majestic raptors will use their large wings as airbrakes when coming into land or pouncing on some unfortunate prey at high speed. This comes in handy when swooping in hunter mode at anything between 75 to an incredible 100 miles per hour. When not dive-bombing prey a bald eagle can spread its wings and soar to a height of 10,000 ft.
Archival pigment print on smooth matt Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm heavyweight art paper.