Soft light Snowy Owls (4)
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Lapdog
Registered: Sep 21, 2009
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Thanks for the effort - great detail.



Mark Cronin
Registered: Nov 05, 2011
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Outstanding Tim,
The 2nd and 4th are my fav's.

Mark



morris
Registered: May 22, 2002
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The light in the last is the nicest though the eyes look better in the first 2

Great set Tim

Morris



kmunroe
Registered: Feb 02, 2010
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excellent set of owls Tim



Ted ellis
Registered: Aug 08, 2007
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All are sweet Tim but #4 is stunning!



Ed Robertson
Registered: Mar 20, 2008
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I've been waiting and worth the wait. Super job Tim. Ed



jemkewl
Registered: Aug 26, 2011
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I really like #2 ... just wish whatever was in front of his lower body would not have been in your line of sight ... however, that obstruction certainly elicits a response from the viewer ... nice work ... looking forward to the rest!



JB Goessman
Registered: Jan 12, 2002
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Really nice images. I was out there on Sunday as well, but had to leave at noon. Your work is convincing me to make a return trip for Sunset!

JB



KCollett
Registered: Jul 02, 2010
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Lovely set Tim. #4 is my pick.



eyelaser
Registered: Oct 29, 2005
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Damn, these are pure eye candy Tim...while I love them all, the first just has such a different quality to it with those grasses in the foreground. And the light on the last is as good as it gets...I love the different pastel hues seen as the eye travels from top to bottom...
Eric



MS PHOTO
Registered: Oct 17, 2003
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Tim
Great set, must be outstanding to see those snowy owls



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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DonGut wrote:
Love the "teaser"; it's a pleaser. You must be addicted to these guys. Nice outing. Too bad we have to work! Don


Thank you Don!! Yes indeed too bad I still have to work

Tim



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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72chevelle454 wrote:
You're such a tease!!

Great looking light on these babies!!

Nice little blood patch in #2 and the look in the last is great!

Chad (who has ZERO snowie images)


Got that right Chad, I don't give up my charms easily

Thanks for the nice words Chad!! Cmon out and I'll show you the bird.... s

Tim



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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Rob Tillyer wrote:
Four great shots Tim. The teaser is my favourite, what great colours, fantastic light.
Can't wait for more.

Rob


Thank you Rob, more are coming!!!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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Larry Williams wrote:
Get them while you can. Super shots. Thank you.


Got that right Larry, thanks!!!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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Shiva dancing wrote:
Wonderful captures, great lighting!


Thanks so much, I'm glad you like them

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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surfnron wrote:
A great set Tim. Love the light in all of these, but 4 does stand out ~ Ron


Thanks a lot Ron. Near sunset you have to pick a bird (if you can find one) and hope it sticks around through the good light. That last one sure played nicely.

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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gsmani wrote:
beautiful set Tim. love the light and details.


So glad you do, thank you!!!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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BeeBalm wrote:
Tim, these are fantastic!! I got a question for you... You are hiking 4+ miles carrying an 800mm and a 1DX doesn't the weight bother you? Are you also carrying a monopod? What's your secret? Well done captures as well as carrying your gear there!


Thanks a ton BB!!! I have been on far longer and harder hikes with the 800. I keep it attached to a monopod and just sling it over my shoulder I guess I have been doing it so long I'm just used to it

Tim



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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tinyfishy wrote:
Way to go Tim. Gorgeous light on these shots..All of them.


Thanks so much Alfred!!

Tim



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