Lunching on a fish an eagle just left behind.
D 300
70-200 f 2.8 with 1.4 adapter
at 280 mm
1/500 at f 11

Toby Snelgrove is an award winning photographer living on Mayne Island, BC, Canada. His art is been accepted into the Sidney Fine Art show since 2009 and won the Show Designer’s Award in 2010.
His photojournalism has been published in numerous publications including the Toronto Globe and Mail, Pacific Yachting, Aqua Magazine, Vancouver Sun and Province, The Driftwood, and Island Tides.

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Comments

  • Warren. A. Williams
    Warren. A. Wil...over 4 years ago

    Great detail of a strange bird

  • Strange is right… they have not feathers on their head as they poke their heads into rotten places to feed … yuck!

    – toby snelgrove IPA

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 4 years ago

    outstanding capture and perspective!

  • I had just scared the Eagle away and he came to feed … got within 30 feet … UGLY

    – toby snelgrove IPA

  • DThiessen
    DThiessenover 4 years ago

    Yeah…ugly. My Mom was talking about these birds a while back but I’ve never seen them during my visits to the island…will have to watch more closely next time. Glad you posted the photo, now I know what she was talking about. :)

  • Just look for a dead thing … if you watch the sky you will see eagles an vultures flying about … watch where they go … dead meat .. yum/
    Toby

    – toby snelgrove IPA

  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillarover 4 years ago

    Excellent capture!

  • missed the feet … but, he didn’t want to stick around .. was 30’ away
    Cheers.

    – toby snelgrove IPA

  • TerrillWelch
    TerrillWelchover 4 years ago

    grim creatures who always on the clean up crew… but you sure did get his character to perfection Toby.

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