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Marrowbone, KY, eagle photo shot with Nikon P510

Kelli Claypool writes:
In response to George Rice's question: My thanks to George Rice for the nice compliment. It was amazing to see such a majestic bird. I was approximately 500 feet away from the eagle and was able to take quite a few pictures. The camera that I was using is a Nikon P510 with a wide 42x Zoom Nikkor. I hope that answers the question as I am truly an amateur when it comes to photography. - Kelli Claypool
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