Brown Falcon

Brown Falcon
Photographed by:Bill Harding on Thu 7th Sep, 2017 and uploaded on Wed 25th Oct, 2017 .
Resolution:1400x788
Viewed:58
ID:27993
Comment:In this photo, the Falcon took considerable steps to disable the injured snake. In 1849 Lord Tennyson wrote in a poem "Nature, red in tooth and claw". A very apt description for this encounter between bird and reptile.
Equipment:Canon 7D Mark II with Canon EF 600mm f4/L USM non IS lens at 600mm, 1/1600sec, f7.1, ISO 400 resting on car door frame with window down.
Location:Lake Cargellico (New South Wales)
Keywords:with prey, feeding, adult
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