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Pictured: The kestrel looking rather wet and a little soggy before shaking itself off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: The kestrel looking rather wet and a little soggy before shaking itself off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: Shaking the rain off. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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Pictured: A little drier, the kestrel after the shake. A kestrel appears to 'spin dry' itself by shaking its head vigorously after getting soaked in a downpour. The bird of prey perches on a thin wire fence and periodically attempts to dry out its sodden feathers. The rare bird was photographed by retired university lecturer Michael Parnwell at a spot overlooking Cragg Vale, in West Yorkshire. Prof Parnwell, 67, who lives in nearby Saltaire, said: "I had noticed that every few minutes the kestrel would have a shake to dislodge the accumulating rain water, so I waited to try to capture this with a modicum of motion blur. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Michael Parnwell/Solent News ? Michael Parnwell/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800