Unedited. Don't really know if processing could improve it much.
Now for some older photographs that are a little more interesting. Not dog rear ends anyway.
Photo from January when the eagles were building the nest. This would be the size of what we call a switch here in Mississippi.
These hawks are really prettier than eagles. They are very common in this area but usually they will not let you get this close to them. I took this photograph riding down the road. I just stopped and shot it out the window of my car. The hawk just sat there and watched me. Other hawks would have flown off as soon as I had stopped. I believe it is a red tailed hawk, but there are several hawks very similar to them so I will not say for certain it is a red tailed hawk.
This is one of the hawks whose range covers much of the same area as the pair of eagles. Early in the year, I saw two hawks, that were probably this one and its mate, do a maneuvers together that looks very much like the description of the mating ritual of eagles. I have not read that these hawks mate in this way, but whatever these two were doing looked very much like the description of the mating flights of their larger brothers. They flew together and kind of rolled. I don't know if they locked talons, but it was possible that they did. I failed to get a photograph of them. I was not expecting it, and at the time my mobility was much more limited than it is today. I was just not quick enough to get the shot. Capturing any bird in flight can be quite challenging. Often you are presented with a great shot but your camera tries to refocus and you lose the shot because the auto focus is constantly changing. I don't know if I missed that shot for this reason, but it is very possible since I have done that many, many times.