Profile of a Peregrine Falcon

This beautiful Peregrine Falcon — who was in one of the rehabilitation buildings at Ladner’s Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society over the 2015 Spring Open House weekend — was unintentionally vignetted when I photographed it through a hole in the fence. However, my subject knew to give me its best side! Taken on April 26.

Vignetted Profile of a Peregrine Falconlooks dreamy, doesn’t it? the Peregrine Falcon is a majestic looking bird, anyway you photograph it.
f/6.3, 1/320, 70-300mm lens, 300 mm, ISO 250


30 thoughts on “Profile of a Peregrine Falcon

  1. This is such a great shot. It is a rare treat to see a Peregrine. Thank you for following stopping by, and following my blog. Yours is very beautiful and I am not following you. Can’t think of any chocolate wittiness at the moment, but count on future fun.

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