This is the next in my series of Birds of Prey portraits. This beautiful example is a Brahminy Kite, another from the extensive collection at the ICBP in Newent Gloucestershire. I think the family of Kites are one of the most beautiful species of Birds of Prey around. I hope you like him as much as I do and that I've managed to to do him some justice. I know taking portraits of captive Birds of Prey is not exactly difficult and many people don't rate it but I enjoy it and like to think that I bring out some of the character of the bird in my portraits.
Many thanks for all your C&C's on my previous uploads.
I thought I might have more time to leave comments but job hunting is very tireing and time consuming as I've found out. So if I have missed you, apologies, I'm still voting as time allows though.
Best wishes for a lovely weekend and I hope the weather is suitable for you all to get out and get some wonderful images.
Best viewed Large if time allows.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 50D |
|Lens:||sigma 150-500mm |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|