Friday, June 6, 2014

Red-tailed Youngster

1/640 sec. f/8 ISO 200


1/160 sec. f/8 ISO 200

Red-tailed Hawk

21 comments:

Phil Slade said...

Stunning shots Brian. You captured every detail in the young bird's plumage.

Mersad said...

I also love all the details. Great shots Brian.

Carole M. said...

fantastic raptor Brian; you got the best shots at it
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Montanagirl said...

Yes, the details you capture are amazing! Great shots, Brian, and have a great weekend!

Felicia said...

beautiful bird. I see them around my area sitting on electric lines overlooking the fields waiting for their dinner. great captures Brian.

TexWisGirl said...

just GORGEOUS feather detail! if i wanted to punish myself, i'd try to draw him. :)

TheChieftess said...

He's a handsome one!!!

Gail Dixon said...

Oh, wow. He is absolutely beautiful. Magnificent shots.

eileeninmd said...

What a gorgeous bird! Great shots, Brian!

cobie en bas van Es said...

hij wilde niet omdraaien? maar hij staat er geweldig op.

Nancy J said...

They blend in so well with the tree colours, but your photos have picked up every fine detail, the feathers and those sharp eyes. Super. Cheers,Jean.

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Super shots Brian-I haven't seen my yard hawk lately..hope he moved on to greener pastures since my martin babies are about due.

Kerri Farley said...

Wonderful catch!

MTWaggin said...

What amazing shots and oh what a face!

Chandra said...

So pretty. Lovely photograph!
Peace :)

Stewart M said...

Great pictures - I really like the strong lines in that landscape format one.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Susan said...

Great photos :D)

Debbie said...

WoW...the feather detail on these images is amazing!!

Marie said...

Great shots! We had young Coopers and even Greys in our yard the first and second spring/summers we were here. Haven't seen one this year!

bailey-road.com said...

Fabulous shots of this beautiful hawk!

Roan said...

Amazing! I'm always looking for hawks, but rarely see them through my viewfinder.