Eagle Tracks in the Snow in the Lamar Valley

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Eagle Tracks in the Snow in the Lamar Valley
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Description: On the center left if the photograph there is a set of eagle tracks and the blood and feathers of a duck where the eagle had caught and eaten it. This was good for the eagle. The bad part about the meal was that now the eagle was too full and heavy to jump up and out of the deep snow and fly. There are numerous tracks of the eagle’s legs and feet with wing prints spread on each side of the foot tracks. It struggled in the two feet of soft powder to hop and walk off to the right out of the right side of the photograph. It struggled up to a small bump and jumped off, falling back into the snow; its tracks appear again walking back into this photograph and show where it made a couple of hops in the center of the photograph then just started walking away to the west.

Every print and book are signed by Tom Murphy

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