Whistling at rainbows

Thursday was one of the most bitter days I can recall.

Sleeting rain clouds rolled over Newstead throughout the day but a late afternoon break triggered a quick excursion to the plains.

Remarkably there were some birds about – a Nankeen Kestrel, Black-shouldered Kite and a party of four Whistling Kites were followed by an amazing rainbow on the trip home. Click here for some other images.

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Whistling Kite, Moolort Plains, 23rd June 2016

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Moolort Plains, looking south.

3 responses to “Whistling at rainbows

  1. Mary-Anne Jess

    Wow I love the rainbow picture It is so dramatic

    Mary-Anne Jess

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  2. That is a brilliant rainbow photo Geoff, once in a lifetime? you should market it!!!
    Cheers Denis Young.

  3. Brilliant rainbow shot, like so many others. The rainbow image is like driving out of a tunnel. Ken

    On Sat, Jun 25, 2016 at 6:14 PM, Natural Newstead wrote:

    > Geoff Park posted: “Thursday was one of the most bitter days I can recall. > Sleeting rain clouds rolled over Newstead throughout the day but a late > afternoon break triggered a quick excursion to the plains. Remarkably there > were some birds about – a Nankeen Kestrel, Bla” >

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