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Tawny Owlets.

By Badgerfred
My daughter is a veterinary nurse and the female owl on the right was brought in unharmed, picked up by a man's labrador, it was the original intention to pass it on to Vale Wildlife Rescue or Secret World but we decided to do a release, another local vet had 3 tawny owls brought in so we had one of these, a male and we did a release a few months later. The owl on the right we called Bram so it made sense to call the other Stoker. I added the zoom effect to disguise the fact that they were sat on a log in a tea chest while I was converting my shed.

Tags: Owl Digitally manipulated Wildlife and nature

Voters: SandraKay, una, looboss and 31 more

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Comments


Barbaraj Plus
10 450 England
17 May 2007 1:52PM
An interesting photo. Thankyou.

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17 May 2007 3:56PM
Nice shot.

Mel
17 May 2007 6:06PM
A lovely capture, with superb detail.

Trish
pamelajean Plus
11 1.0k 1985 United Kingdom
18 May 2007 12:53AM
Such a delightful pair, love the subject and detail, expressions and effect.
19 May 2007 6:22PM
A Cracking Shot for us Owl fans.

Keep them coming.

Tony...
Rende Plus
10 38 4 Netherlands
20 May 2007 3:24PM
Lovely photograph; the zoom effect works fine here.
Rende
21 May 2007 11:29PM
Absolutely wonderful capture! The detail is so clear and vivid and the effect surrounding them works well with the photo. well done!
28 May 2007 4:31PM
It always amazes me how such ugly chicks grow into really stunning birds. it's a fantastic show though.
angelsj Plus
11 12 Scotland
1 Jun 2007 1:48PM
great shot!!!
pennyspike Plus
14 2.1k 29 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2007 9:40PM
Great good luck story. Like the effect.
Penny
No idea how you managed to get this shot, it's great, full of character, love the blue of the eyes too.

Graham Baines
12 Jun 2007 10:31PM
Stunning, and a fabulous story too... love those eyes. helen
13 Jun 2007 10:24PM
Superb image Fred,nice work and well captured........

Tony.

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