Different location, different day. But the story's the same. As many times as I've seen an American Bald Eagle stretching it's wings and tail feathers, I never get enough of seeing this action performed. The problem, at times, is having the right equipment when this occurs. Too powerful of a lens (with or without a teleconverter) could render only a partial capture if you're too close to the bird. Yet, with the same equipment, but at a greater distance, you don't get the detail which you'd like. Thank goodness for even a simple photo editing program, where all may come together when cropping your photos to bring them in closer, and still be lucky enough to maintain some sort of detail without loss of clarity.