Saturday, 3 March 2012

Peregrine Privilage

Peregrine Falcons
Although a week has passed since my short encounter with a Peregrine Falcon whilst walking on Dover cliffs last week,  there has not been a day that I have not thought about it at some time or other.Steve Ashton and I had hoped there may be a chance of a sighting as a few had been seen through the  previous weeks however to see one as close as we did must go down to being in the right place at the right time. An unforgettable moment captured,  In Birdland With A Camera.


Mike H said...

a definite WOW moment Tim .Stunning shots of a cracking bird. I can see the smile from here !!

Marc Heath said...

Stunning Tim, a moment you will not forget I doubt.

Christian said...

My word - wonderful action shots and portraits. I can imagine why you've thought about that each day.

Alan Pavey said...

Hi Tim, just catching up with blogs I've missed, those shots are just superb, it's a privilege to see them, must have been fantastic to get them :-)

Noushka said...

How beautiful!
I don't recall having ever seen such wonderful shots of the Peregrine up to now!
Everyone of them is fabulous!
Great discovering your blog!!
Cheers, Tim!