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Comments (51)

kamalyn on March 7, 2009

thanks very much peargrin, urbi, and sabine ! it was really a unique experience.

© Sonny☼Funny on March 9, 2009

WOW - how cute is this!!! Instinctively looking for the hiding place but.....!!!

kamalyn on March 9, 2009

Thanks Sonny ! He'd fly from snow patch to white log to snow patch. And it was funny when he was here - some people really didn't see him!

Michele - mik on March 10, 2009

This is beautiful!

kamalyn on March 10, 2009

Thanks very much Michele ! Couldn't ask for a more accommodating owl model. He's been at this state reservation for many weeks now, and doesn't seem to be bothered by the flocks of photographers that stalk him daily. So many of us have been able to get some really great shots.

Inspector H snaps on April 17, 2009

I'd love to see one of these, beautiful shot kamaly.

kamalyn on April 18, 2009

Hi Helen - Thanks! But since they tend to be arctic birds, and are just here in New England in the winter ( which they find tropical here) I have a feeling you wouldn't want to have to suffer through the winter for the opportunity. But it was a beautiful bird to watch - and very compliant, letting the hordes of photographers get close and take lots of shots of him.

mokosha on May 19, 2009

What a nice ... Beautiful photos....

kamalyn on May 21, 2009

Thanks very much mokosha - This type of brid is an uncommon winter visitor, so it was pretty special to see him and have a chance to get this close. Cheers!

Itallica on March 11, 2010

Sitting on the last patch of snow he thinks you don't know he is there with his stare

kamalyn on March 13, 2010

He? Who's 'he' ? I just shot a photo of a patch of snow! :D Thanks Teri!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 16, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by kamalyn
    • Taken on 2009/02/15 16:58:10
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/320)
    • Focal Length: 200.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: -0.33 EV
    • No flash