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Milvus Milvus

By Ammonyte  
Eventually after over a thousand shots I got a picture of a Red Kite that I am almost happy with. I sat under a small yew tree on Watlington Hill for most of the afternoon, and enjoyed watching a whole squadron of Kites in action. Best seen large!

1/1000 @ F8.0 @ 300mm

Tags: K10d Red kite Watlington Wildlife and nature

Voters: PJBPhoto, terry_cavner, SueTurner and 13 more


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Comments


14 Mar 2007 8:30PM
Yes, Watlington is the place for them, Parents in Law live in the Stoner Valley and have them come over the house at about 30 feet.

They are hard to capture, and this is a wonderful shot with great colour and clarity.

Love it - My efforts last year were nowhere as good as this - maybe this year...

Phil.

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SueTurner 11 81 3 England
14 Mar 2007 8:53PM
well worth the effort, imagine taking 1000 shots if it were film, you would need a second mortgage!! Sue
geniehawk 9 181 England
14 Mar 2007 9:36PM
Only "almost happy"!, I would be thrilled to have taken it. Great capure!

Jeannie.
Shroomer 9 14 167 England
14 Mar 2007 10:16PM
What a great way to spend and take a 1000 shots though, it paid off super shot.
Nice capture
Richard
Paul Morgan Plus
15 18.1k 6 England
14 Mar 2007 11:12PM
Well worth the weight, absolutly loads of them were I live and I just have`nt got the patients.

Paul
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9 3 71 England
16 Mar 2007 6:37PM
Spent time chasing these last Sunday. Did not get anything as good as this but without doubt the Watlington area is the place. Is it a good thing for people to feed them I wonder. I am undecided.
Ron
Wilmot 8 338 1 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2008 6:43PM
Super shot.
Steve

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