Barred Owl (). Photo by jjulian
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Barred Owl

Uploaded by: jjulian

Thursday March 14, 2013

Grand Rapids, MN (Current Weather Conditions)


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7. jjulian
1:12 AM GMT on March 19, 2013
I am so glad you said this RNJoel, I have not taken a lot of bird pictures, have gotten a few out of pure luck. I got way too excited (have never been this close to an owl!) and didn't check mine...the in camera stabilizer was on the wrong setting and I had to walk into a snow drift up to my hips, started shivering and didn't get the sharpness of focus that I should have...had to cry over it for a few days, and then take the experience and learn from it.
Thank you weatherladyami, it was camouflaged perfectly in this tree!
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6. RNJoel
1:06 AM GMT on March 19, 2013
Super capture. I get so excited when I spot something like this - hard to remember to check the settings on the camera. Thankfully the camera are smarter than me.
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5. weatherladyami
11:58 PM GMT on March 18, 2013
hi jen great Camouflage the owl has ,wonderfull shot
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4. jjulian
1:24 AM GMT on March 16, 2013
Thanks for the comments...I kind of fell in love with this Owl. Driving everyone :)
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3. Luckystar
11:34 PM GMT on March 15, 2013
Wonderful capture! He blends in beautifully with those trees. 10!
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2. YouKnowWho
10:47 PM GMT on March 15, 2013
Another great capture!
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1. catilac
10:47 PM GMT on March 15, 2013
I'm surprised you even saw this owl as it blends so well with it's surroundings! Great shot!
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My name is Jen and I'm a pediatric home health nurse---which is my first passion. I've lived in Northern Minnesota for three years, and have fallen in love with this beautiful place! My kids are entering adulthood and for the first time in years, I have some time for...(gasp)...a hobby. My son gifted me with a camera (and ongoing photography lessons!)this last year and I have been having a blast. I love this site! Wonderful people, amazing pictures from all over and lots of encouragement to keep learning and improving!

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