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andylea 12 37 1 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 7:30AM
brilliant timing alun fantastic detail and colours a stunning in flight capture nice one Wink
andy
2 Dec 2013 8:09AM
Great capture - I must get there some time! The Red Kite is only just beginning to make the odd appearance in Devon where I live but they seem to be doing well all along the M4 corridor
Don
jacquig 7 3 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 8:42AM
Beautiful image. Superb detail and textures captured. Smile
fazzer 11 54 7 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 8:50AM
Great capture, the detail and light are superb
Mollycat Plus
7 21 2 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 9:14AM
Spectacular capture. Wonderful shot.
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 19 Canada
2 Dec 2013 1:21PM
Awesome detail in this beautiful capture.
annettep38 9 220 42 Luxembourg
2 Dec 2013 1:34PM
Can't give you another on e right now but it well deserves it, excellent. I have tried this so many times!!
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
2 Dec 2013 2:11PM
impressive light on this bird I'm flight!

impressive!
Spotted something down there worth a headlong dive.
Tremendous action and angle.

Dougie
Richsr 14 91 223 England
2 Dec 2013 2:37PM
Good details and angle for this Alun
Regards
Richard
AnnChown 11 207 1 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 2:50PM
I'm struck by the beautiful colours of this fine bird. Super action shot Alun.
bzbee 17 108 3 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 5:18PM
Seriously nice image - so sharp
Tynnwrlluniau Plus
11 112 38 Wales
2 Dec 2013 5:20PM
Thanks guys. I always try to get a back feather shot and was particularly lucky here that the light was working with me.
marktc 10 101 15 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 6:02PM
Superb shot Alun great to see these magnificent creatures making such a successful return... Well captured mate
tomcat 15 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 7:00PM
A good job done by one and all, but like many things these days commercialism has started to weave it's ugly head in, or so I am led to believe

Adrian
Tynnwrlluniau Plus
11 112 38 Wales
2 Dec 2013 8:12PM
Thanks a lot. Yes Adrian. It's a tricky one. Without the work at Gigrin the Red Kite could not have revived as it has but the question does arise about dependency on feeding stations and the effect were they to be withdrawn. The logical position, I guess, would be to let nature sort things out but time has shown that these magnificent raptors need support to survive in our modern world.
Alun
derekhansen 12 210 24 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2013 8:59AM
Superb Alun. Perfectly captured and pin sharp especially the eye.
Derek
2 Jan 2014 10:45PM
Wonderful!, what a diving pose!!!Smile

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