Saturday, September 3, 2011

Point Nepean

A beautiful day on the Mornington Peninsula and day trip to Point Nepean provided me with a unique perspective view of an Australian Kestrel. I could see it hovering in the distance so I made a bee line to a cliff top in order to photograph the bird.

After a few shots from below, the kestrel dived below me on the ocean side giving me a perfect view from above. It's not everyday that you can view a bird of prey hovering below you.

There were quite a few dolphins enjoying the sunshine but no whales, and Australasian Gannets were everywhere.










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  1. Hey - drop into the Carrum Indigenous Nursery one day... we have some nice birds there.

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