Sky is NO limit ! Soar high and get clarity through a 'birds eye view'

Sky is No limit if we have fortitude to fly - quote by yours truly😀

Birds soaring high above the earth inspire us to use our wings. We humans do not have physical wings but we have wings of imagination, rational thought, courage and action...

Why do we have to soar high anyways? Well- we need to get a 'birds eye view' of life once in a while. We are usually too close to everything happening all around us. Emotions, passions, anxiety etc. cloud our brain and prevent us from seeing the whole picture

We have to take a deep breath, calm down and soar high above everything else - detached from ground reality and take a birds eye view - like this oriental honey buzzard...

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Take a Bird's eye view Oriental Honey buzzard
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Usually, I prefer to take pictures of eagle and raptors at eye level and with a background of green if possible. It is just more pleasing to see them that way. I have to climb mountains and hillocks to be able to do that.

However, every once in a while, a raptor spotted flying high overhead impresses me with the wingspan and the lovely pattern on wings. It also gives me a sense of how high once can soar if one tries. So, I end up clicking a picture.

Like this crested hawk eagle for example ... Just look at the lovely wing span..

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Soaring high... Crested hawk eagle
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After about 3 hours of climbing a hill nearby, I caught the same crested hawk eagle (probably the same because there was only one seen in that area that morning), still flying high but I was higher than it 😀

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Seen a raptor from ABOVE? Crested hawk eagle
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It was fun to see a raptor flying high from a level higher than it!

There was this one time when I happened to see a mighty raptor, Bonelli's eagle flying high. It is one of my favorite raptors because of it's strength and speed. It can easily carry away small lambs and kill fawns with a swooping attack from above. We can see it's thick powerful wings and strong body in this picture I captured..

Raw raptor power Bonelli's eagle
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Personally, it is so inspiring for me to see all these birds soar high. I love to watch them.

Hope you enjoyed seeing them and it inspires you to soar high, using your imagination, rational thought, courage and wisdom. Rise high above the daily grind and get clarity of purpose in life. All the best !

Now, without further ado, let me state my entry for the #SMAP 86 contest and the reason for it...

I love the sparkling blue sky with wisps of white clouds contrasting with it in this picture. It is rare to get such a glistening sky in my location due to the air pollution but that day, due to an early morning rain, the air was really clean. I also love the fantastic intricate pattern on wings of the Oriental Honey Buzzard and the way it is directly looking at me as it soars past my head - high above. Here is the picture in it's full original form for my entry to #SMAP 86 contest.

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Sky is NO limit - My entry for #SMAP86 Oriental Honey Buzzard
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A big thank you for support

Thanks to c/hive-106444 (Feathered friends community) for providing this wonderful opportunity to present my experience and photographs. Thanks to @barbara-orenya and @melinda010100 for all the support and encouragement to this community. Special thanks to @nelinoeva also for starting the Species hunt initiative. My posts are not exactly in that format but have all the necessary info and Good original Photos. Further guidance will be very much welcome.

Thanks to HIVE for this wonderful platform. Thanks also to @adalger and for encouraging me by recognizing some of my posts as worthy of Densifying nature project.
Further, thanks to Amazing nature community for welcoming me and showing me their love on some of my posts.

Note: All images and collages in this blog are created by me, based on photos clicked by me personally and/or free vector images from Pixabay. Any other sources, if used, are indicated as image credits below the picture.
Quotes used, if not credited, are either from unknown authors or are proverbial old sayings.

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