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Updated: 11/09/2013 08:00:02AM

Capturing an American symbol

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SUN PHOTO BY STEVE REILLY, reilly@sun-herald.com

Patricia Ann Wright is well-armed with a 500 mm lens to capture local bald eagles in photographs. She's published a collection of those photographs, "The Bald Eagle: A Look Inside Their World," with www.blurb.com.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY PATRICIA ANN WRIGHT

This bald eagle snatches up a small sheepshead, and is just one photograph in an action sequence of photos taken by Patricia Ann Wright in her book “The Bald Eagle: A Look Inside Their World,” available at www.blurb.com.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY PATRICIA ANN WRIGHT
A young eagle lights down upon a pine tree branch. Patricia Ann Wright, the photographer, said this eaglet was making its first landing. This photograph and others documenting the lives of local eagles appear in Wright's new book.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY PATRICIA ANN WRIGHT
Patricia Ann Wright captured this and other photographs of bald eagles in flight and on their nests.

By STEVE REILLY

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Patricia Ann Wright may not be able to fly like an eagle, but she has the photographic eye to capture bald eagles in flight.

What was a three-year project is now a collection of Wright’s photographs in “The Bald Eagle: A Look Inside Their World,” available at www.blurb.com. She describes her book as reflecting her “personal experience” capturing bald eagles in photographs.

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