The main goal of our arctic tour through snowy Finland and northern Norway, the King Eider! The bird was shot from a floating hide in Båtsfjord, Varanger, Norway.
I know this does not look very nice. The carcass of a fox is used to feed the eagles and to keep them in the area, too. The same happens in the nature. The hides to photograph the eagles are about 30 m away. Anyway, the picture explains the quality of the eagle pictures I have shown earlier.
Another picture of this magnificent bird photographed in Utajärvi, Finland.
Yes, the sun is low and that is good for a photographer.
A new bird for me, today in Sipoo, Finland.
All Lapland was nicely covered by frost some days ago when I was driving through.
Late fall colors at lake Inari, Lapland.