p.1 #1 · p.1 #1 · A Tribute to OWLS (lots of images - well, 12)
Today while talking to someone at work (my day job), I realized just how fortunate I've been with regards to the different species of owls that I've come across. So, with that in mind, I'm posting a sampling of the ones I've photographed so far. Some of these are reposts. All owls are wild and I don't use bait or calls.
1. Let's start with one of my favorites - the Great Grey:
p.1 #7 · p.1 #7 · A Tribute to OWLS (lots of images - well, 12)
What a fun set to view Henrik I just got my 1st Owl photo a couple of weeks ago, now I'm hooked #2 is on my favorite list, along with #8 (super detail and very sharp) The 1st Snowy in #10 and I just love the 2nd the Burrowing Owl (the peek a boo shot)
Great post. You have some lovely looks and poses here. And I know these aren't your best shots of these species. The pygmy and the hawk owl are great as they are rarely seen and a clear shot of a long-eared is extra tough. Good idea for a post. Don