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

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Comments


Barbaraj 9 450 England
17 May 2007 1:52PM
An interesting photo. Thankyou.

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brayzo 9 England
17 May 2007 3:56PM
Nice shot.

Mel
trissie 10 United Kingdom
17 May 2007 6:06PM
A lovely capture, with superb detail.

Trish
pamelajean Plus
10 958 1818 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
9 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!
RuthyJ 10 England
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 9 12 Scotland
1 Jun 2007 1:48PM
great shot!!!
pennyspike 13 2.1k 29 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2007 9:40PM
Great good luck story. Like the effect.
Penny
5 Jun 2007 7:54PM
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
norton 12 6 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2007 10:24PM
Superb image Fred,nice work and well captured........

Tony.

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