👉The brahminy kite (Haliastur indus), formerly known as the red-backed sea-eagle in Australia, is a medium-sized bird of prey in the family Accipitridae, which also includes many other diurnal raptors, such as eagles, buzzards, and harriers. They are found in the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and Australia. They are found mainly on the coast and in inland wetlands, where they feed on dead fish and other prey. Adults have a reddish-brown body plumage contrasting with their white head and breast which make them easy to distinguish from other birds of prey🔺
Bird Photography on My Sony α7R III📷, Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 G OSS. #birds#bird#haliasturindus#birdsofinstagram#wildlife#seaeagle#photography#kites#birdphotography#wildlifephotography#birdwatching#birdphotographer#sonyalpha7riii#birding#kumarakom#kerala#birdphotographersofindia#asia#india#sonyalpha#sonya7riii#bluesky#brahminykite#nani_snapshots#naturelovers#birdlovers#instagram#captures 🔸The brahminy kite is distinctive and contrastingly coloured, with chestnut plumage except for the white head and breast and black wing tips. The juveniles are browner, but can be distinguished from both the resident and migratory races of black kites in Asia by the paler appearance, shorter wings, and rounded tail. The pale patch on the underwing carpal region is of a squarish shape and separated from Buteo buzzards. The brahminy kite is about the same size as the black kite (Milvus migrans) and has a typical kite flight, with wings angled, but its tail is rounded unlikethe Milvus species,
red kite, and black kite, which have forked tails. The two genera are, however, very close🔺
By no means a perfect picture (Harry Styles phone case, I see you) but hey, this is us! We’ve been up for almost 24 hours and our first day in Colorado has felt like somewhat of a fever dream. Super excited to explore more tomorrow and visit a certain very special hotel, but for now we’re calling it a night.
Shadowy capture from the day we became art. They talked quietly in the corner while I danced and laughed. We were both smiling that day.
Nasher Museum of Art. 2019.
Hey 👋 Remember me? Went radio silent for the last week because life happens. Work has exploded (in great ways) and snapping a photo of me is the first thing that hits the back burner. Why? Because I have an amazing opportunity to have a hand in telling other people’s stories from behind the lens.
I shot a record number of sessions last week (22 to be exact). The volume of work doesn’t matter as much as how humbled I am to be invited into people’s lives every single day to see their love + celebratory moments. I am one big ball of mushy gratefulness tonight 🌟
🌸 Dahlias are beautiful flowers.
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Double tap if you love sunsets 🌅
This was one of our favorite days in Mykonos. We got a bottle of local Greek wine and stayed to watch the sunset with a few others behind the windmills. Moral of the story, see more sunsets ❤️