Wow. An incredibly stunning photographs. So accurate. The magnificent bird.
Great to find a bird such as this one. Love the 1st and 4th pic in particular.
Hi. Really stunning photography of kestrel. Greetings.
Superb bird and photos. Nice to get a showy bird at this height.
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Very great pictures, good job !
Those are probably the best Kestrel images I've ever seen, John! Fabulous.It's strange that, whilst I'm virtually guaranteed to see a Kestrel every time I go out, my best sightings have been by the sea - somewhere I only probably get to two or three times a year!Best wishes to you and Sue - - Richard
Hi John: I have no idea how many times I have seen a kestrel hover, but certainly hundreds, but it never ceases to leave me gobsmacked. It is truly amazing how they maintain their position, while keeping their eyes fixed on the ground. Stationary gliding into the wind is the technical term I believe. Just a great series of images by any standard. The most overworked term these days (on this side of the Atlantic at least) is "awesome." Anything can be awesome in the vernacular of the day from the colour of your socks to the warmth of your coffee, but your images are AWESOME in the true sense of the word. They fill me with AWE. These are pictures to pass on to the grandchildren!
Amazing pictures of the windhover!
Beautiful creature, and knock me down cool shots
Wow, how amazing pictures! I like this hawk. We saw here a number of these falcons in the summer. A great bird.
Hi John. Very nice pictures. Great jobGreetings and happy week
Hi JohnWow, Great series of stunning, amezing shots of the Kestrel !!Congrets!Greetings,Maria
Hello John, these are some amazing captures of the Kestrel.Regards,Roos
Great photos of the female in flight, a wonderful moment when the species allow us to get close enough!I admire your Fieldfare too, a bird I would really love to photograph!!Keep well and enjoy your week :)
Many thanks for all your comments.John and Sue.