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By answersonapostcard  
I know this is not anywhere near the standard of the great bird photographers on here, and it makes you appreciate how hard it is.
From the Lincolnshire steam rally at the weekend, got some quite good candids that might go up one day but this was from a very odd display in the main ring involving 4 owls, I'll put some others up to give an idea of the display tomorrow.

Tags: Owl Pets and captive animals

Voters: stuart1963, ColouredImages, gwynn56 and 23 more


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stuart1963 4 272 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2012 11:13PM
looks good to meSmile better than mine

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ColouredImages 12 47 35 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2012 11:18PM
It's fine as far as I'm concerned. Love the way it's flying into the frame
Mike
bagman 5 65 United States
20 Aug 2012 4:22AM
Well i don,t know but i would sure be happy if was a image of mine.Excellent wing stop with lots of wonderful detail throughout the bird.
Very nice job on your depth of field really made the bird stand out.
Frank.
20 Aug 2012 7:29AM
Thank you all for your kind comments, and your votes.

K.
POOCHIE 10 21 6 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2012 9:12AM
Great capture.
I agree wildlife photography has to be one of the hardest types of photography out , I mean getting these shots you at least know where your target is going to be and also have a clue what to expect. But out in the field you will need knowledge and stealth "& Sandwhiches" dont forget the sandwhiches. This though is a great example of where any budding wildlife photographer might try their hand and learn to master the camera skills neccasary for the final capture after the rest of the hard work And remember you dont need a new car next year spend it on a fast 500mm lens instead you know it makes senseWink
20 Aug 2012 9:49AM
lol @ sandwiches, I dont think I have the patience for bird photography ... or money for a new car.. this one will have to last another 5 years at least lol

thanks Pooch
MaziPhoto 5 3 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2012 10:02AM
wow great , love it
chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
20 Aug 2012 7:40PM
Well done for having a go Karen,a good way to start...at least you had some idea where the birds might fly ! Wink
20 Aug 2012 11:30PM
Lovely in-flight capture.
Alun
21 Aug 2012 7:25AM
thanks all Smile

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