Of course we took the long cut home from breakfast in Nehalem so we could look for eagles and other birdery. Mauri’s always the first to spot one, since he has an eagle eye.
We were on a back road, so it was easy to just stop and look. We each reached for our cameras—mine a small point-and-shoot, his a Canon DSLR.
The eagle was in the tree just beyond Mauri’s camera. In the picture his camera serves as binoculars to determine the make and model of what turned out to be turkey vultures looking for lunch.
His camera, my camera. Which is which? No contest, huh?