Fantastic image Richard! Would have been worth it even if you had to get out of bed, run downstairs, half way down the block to get it! I love those Eagles, I hope I get to capture an image of one someday myself! Great job!
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There are 1200 of these in the lower 48:
Secretary bird, taking flight.
Great owl shots! Looks like my morning jaunt was a little wetter here in SoCal.
This little guy tried without success for twenty minutes to swallow this fish.
Corey - I think that 2nd pic is a Red-Bellied Woodpecker. You can go here to verify if it helps http://www.whatbird.com Click search and you can walk through the wizard - EZ
Hurricane Sandy brushed by South Florida and left us with one of the most incredible surfs we have ever seen!!!!! This is the pier at Deerfield Beach, Broward County, Florida . . .
I think the only time a 16-35mm II would be preferred on APS-C is with a 7D when a weather-sealed wide-to-normal zoom is reqiured. The other reason is a PackLight suggested - if you're going to move to FF in the very near future. Else, for the wide end an EF-S lens will deliver better IQ for lower cost.