Awesome post on the Kite! A new bird for me, wonderful photos.
handsome, handsome raptor!
Great close ups of the Kite.Merle..........
My thought was "a handsome bird" and then saw TewWis stole my line.
Gorgeous photos, Carole! I love them! Thanks so much!hugs,Laura
Beautiful birds Carole...great captures!!!Paper Hugs,Jan
Hi Carole,Great photos of this beautiful bird of prey.Sharpness and exposure of the photos is really quite perfect compliment.Photo 2 is my favorite.Regards, Irma
Buenas capturas.Un abrazo
Great shots Carole, enjoyed the story line. Gotta love their call as well!
Hi Carole..What a majestic look fella high on his perch!!You have some great shot's of him !!Love your Mistletoe bird and the Bower, to beauties!!Grace
Superb shots of kite.
What a great name. Good shots.
Super shots Carole!
Beautiful bird! Lovely images.
Hi Carole, fantastic post. Thank you for introducing me to this beautiful bird.
Great shots of the kite.
I love your gorgeous photos! Always feeling to sit near the birds. Thank's Carole.The DIY Design with permanent Marker is now ready. You can see some photos in the new post.Many regardsKarin
Absolutely phenomenal!!! Gorgeous.
Great bird - I was amazed at how many Kites there where around the centre of Alice Springs! Also had hoped (but failed) to get pictures of mistletoe bird - oh well!Cheers - Stewart MPS: Central Australia really is worth the time, effort and money!
That kite is impressive, and so nicely portrayed!
I have great respect for these huge birds of prey Carole, and you know in this beautiful image to get.
stunning shots of a beautiful bird of prey. :)
Very nice shots of the kite and the others.
I have often seen these birds circling above but I have never seen them up close until now. Great shots as usual.
What an awesome share, the images of this beauty are exceptional...well done~
Superb photographs, Carole!I love kites and this is a new species for me. Hope to visit one day and see them in person.Thank you for sharing!
He's a beauty. You must have a knack of being able to spot them.
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