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Into The Light
Photo By Buddy Eleazer

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Photographer: Buddy Eleazer

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  • Title: Into The Light
  • State/Province/Region (required): Pennsylvania
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Area: Middle Creek PA Wildlife Managment Area
  • Nearest Town: Reading
  • Description: Middle Creek is a stopping area for birds migrating. In late Winter, one can see 10,000 tundra swans and 60,000 snow geese make mass take-offs as they head back north. It's hard to make sense of the scene as there is so much activity. I was lucky to have a few of the birds emerge from the shadows of the nearby woods and into the light as I panned with the rising flock.
  • Brief Directions: central PA
  • Notes: Middle Creek is a stopping area for birds migrating. In late Winter, one can see 10,000 tundra swans and 60,000 snow geese make mass take-offs as they head back north. It's hard to make sense of the scene as there is so much activity. I was lucky to have a few of the birds emerge from the shadows of the nearby woods and into the light as I panned with the rising flock.
  • GPS Longitude: -75.975
  • GPS Latitude: 40.151
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Gear: Canon 7D

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