You need to keep one eye on the sky round here!
All photographs are copyright Lynne Revette Butler.
All photographs are copyright Lynne Revette Butler
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Such powerful wings! How wonderful it must be to fly like that and be master of the sky. 🙂
I agree! I am very envious of their ability to traverse the skies in such style.
Such beautiful birds!
They are stunning close up but, as their wingspan is often wider than I am high, it can be disconcerting when they decide to accompany you, flapping along ten feet above your head.
Wow! Great photos! They are huge birds!
Thanks, glad you like them. We sometimes have 40 or more swooping about overhead and it is hard not to stop what you should be doing and watch them instead.