Red Tailed Hawk

He sits in a tree not far from my home, talons secured to a branch, as a cold November wind scuds across his breast. The sun illuminates his presence among a copse of trees backdropped by a gentle blue sky. He's leery of our presence at the highway's shoulder but pauses long enough for me to secure a few good shots...

video

11 comments:

Mary said...

Isn't it fun to watch a hawk? As long as they aren't eating the birds at the feeders :-) Hope you feel better and am sorry that you have been sick.

Kirigalpoththa said...

That is a good capture! Hawks are great birds to watch..

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Geraldine said...

What magnificient birds.

Glad you are feeling better too.

anthonynorth said...

Beautiful, graceful birds.

Karen said...

You have become such a good photographer! You never cease to amaze me with your talents.

Naquillity said...

mary hello~ yes, it's fun to watch a hawk as long as they aren't eating the smaller birds. they are magnificent creatures. i'm feelin' much better now that my iron pill has boosted my blood, thanks.

kirigalpoththa thanks. i think it might possibly be my best with room for improvement of course, :)

just someone i'm pleased my comments make you feel some better and i'm sorry to hear about your father. hope he's feeling better soon. thanks for taking the time to comment on my blog too. it makes my day to see familiar faces such as yourself.

geraldine thanks so much. glad you like the pics. and thanks for your well wishes.

anthony yes, beautiful & graceful, for sure.

karen thanks~ i've been working very hard to understand what my camera can do so i can deliver the best possible shot to my friends. hope all is well.

have a great day everyone~

Caroline Gill said...

This was really interesting to see, Naquillity, especially in the light of my Red Kite post. I had not heard of a Red Tailed Hawk before.

Carver said...

Wonderful video. The red tailed hawk that spent a lot of time in my trees last winter hasn't returned yet (or one of its children) but I expect to see them soon.

Wanda..... said...

Hawks are a favorite of mine. I have been catching up and lleft a comment on the raccoon post. Glad you are feeling better!

Naquillity said...

caroline i thought you might enjoy this post after i saw your red kite. glad you liked it.

carver hope your hawk returns shortly so you can get lots of great pictures too.

wanda they're a strong favorite of mine lately too. glad you liked the pics, :)

thanks everyone for all of your wonderful comments.