Windy morning for the raptors 📸🦅
🦅☁️ Flight ☁️🦅 "Have you ever dreamed you can fly and soar the sky?" A pesar de que sueño casi todas las noches, creo que nunca he tenido el sueño de volar, a pesar de que siempre he querido tenerlo. Ojalá que un águila sideral me pueda llevar y hacerme sentir que vuelo~ 🌬️🌤️✨ Yeah, I'm continuing with this thing!! Si sé que este challenge terminó hace caleta PERO NO ME IMPORTA! Hay que terminarlo igual o no? xDD. Hay una canción de Los Jaivas que se llama 'Águila Sideral', y eso me dio la idea de pintar al águila de todos colores. No sé qué tan buen se vea en foto, pero cuando la veo al menos si me hacen sentir que vuelo 😊💙✨ 🕊️ 🕊️ 🕊️ #dreamweekchallenge #drawing #flight #vuelo #polycromos #staedtlerpens #copicmarkers #dreaming #flying #daydreaming #colorful #eagle #aguila #cielo #dreamweek2019
Some unannounced visitors literally dropped by the range to hang out while I was working this weekend in Lancaster. SMH at not calling first, I'm not sure where their heads were. Mr. Rabbit didn't stay long as his Lyft driver, Mr. Hawk, came by to pick him up in his Talon. #Death #Nature #CircleOfLife #Hawk #Eagle
Spring has sprung!!! 😎#eagle #spring #flowers
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Burnin’ screens🔥🔥 and attracting unwanted bugs 🦟 😂 . I’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback on the recent print. I’ll most likely do a pre order to make sure I have enough. Keep an eye out👀 🐲
The Eagle has landed, literally! on my arm and I'm excited. Here we are staring at each other like we're mates. I've always wanted to hold a big raptor. This is a Wedge-tailed Eagle (Aquila audax) and it's native to Australia and Papua New Guinea. This species is the largest bird of prey in Australia. They say everything in Australia wants to kill you but certainly not the Eagle. They rarely attack humans unless provoked. They feed mostly on Rabbits, Wallabies, Lambs, baby Kangaroos, Snakes and other big birds. A group of these Predators are known to take down fully grown Kangaroos using their powerful razor-sharp talons.