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© Steve Jurvetson
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UploadedNovember 28, 2008
TakenAugust 27, 2006
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D
Exposure1/400 sec at f/6.3
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length400 mm
ISO640
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the verge of consumption... nestled in the seaside bluffs of Half Moon Bay, CA.

I almost fell off my chair when I saw the simultaneous expression of predator and prey....

6 responses

  • Aubrey's Oma

    Aubrey's Oma (Deleted) gave props (28 Nov 2008):

    OMG what a capture!!!!!

  • Angela Lance

    Angela Lance gave props (28 Nov 2008):

    WOW, that is a great capture...

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (28 Nov 2008):

    OMG! nice capture!

  • Ari Yordan Mendrofa

    Ari Yordan Mendrofa said (3 Dec 2008):

    nice moment!!! how closed are you??

  • Steve Jurvetson

    Steve Jurvetson said (4 Dec 2008):

    thanks y'all
    Ari: I could get so close because there was a deep ravine separating us. The hawk took two swoops down before making the catch.
    After the first miss, I discovered an entire family of quail that were remaining totally silent (to me at least) right next to me. After the catch, the hawk landed on a precipice along the jagged bluffs. I was able to watch the whole meal from the other side of a steep gully. So I was close, but safely separated by a chasm. Amazingly, after the meal, the hawk flew over the chasm and landed just a few feet away. She stared at her observer for a while before flying off. It was a magic moment.

  • Michelle Taylor

    Michelle Taylor gave props (24 Feb 2009):

    Unbelievable shot! I am jealous.

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