Musings of a middle aged misfit.
What a catch! I like that you have caught it mid-flap (i'm sure there is a technical word for that)...it's an unusual angle.
That's a huge bat!
On this past Christmas Day, my wife (who does ScottsaleDailyPhoto.com and I walked around the Royal Botanical Gardens and were amazed by the bats haning in the trees and fanning themselves to stay cool. Someone said there are 20,000 of them who live in the park.We had dinner at a restaurant on Wooloomooloo pier, and we watched as the bats filled the night sky at dusk, flying out from the park and extending across the city as far as the eye could see. It looked like a scene out of a movie.
This is a bat. I like bats. They eat a lot of insects around here but they are no longer in the numbers they used to be in. I think it is their habitat is being destroyed.
Great capture.Eeeekkkk... ;)I thought that the bats did sleep during day time....
Wow! Worth your patience and perseverance! Excellent shot! I've never seen a bat that big.
Is that a bat? Wow, great capture. Wonderful timing.
Wow don't see those much during the day, Fantastic shot!!!!Cheers!Regina In Pictures
Great capture...impressive when enlarged! nice blue sky too...
Wow Ann, it turned out great!Good onya.
Wonderful flying fox capture! Botanic Gardens?
AWESOME!! That's incredible. You have done a really good job here. Good for you!Mountain Retreat
That is a big bat! Good shot!
Is that a bat!? Good capture. YOu were probably so happy when you got it.
Great timing. Great shot.
Well sone Ann, they are hard ones to photographYou might enjoy some of thesehttp://etech.smugmug.com/gallery/6213319_EMEmPI think maybe I spend too much time photographing bats....
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