You have to lay on the floor and hold the computer above your head to get the right perspective on this one!
Usually the buzzard is just a silhouette, circling over woodland, but this one was working a low level thermal along the shoreline at Keyhaven. Buzzard markings are apparently quite variable, but I believe this to be a common buzzard.
The wing shape can also seem to change dramatically according to the positioning of the tip feathers - sometimes spread like fingers for slow flight, sometimes drawn back into a more streamlined shape as in this second picture:
Photographs (below and right) - April 2004