Owlets In The Rain III (rain Summer birds trees ). Photo by ColoradoKat

Owlets In The Rain III

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Sunday July 7, 2013

Littleton, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: We got some rain today. It was nice...not long enough, but I am grateful for every drop. When it started to rain, the owlets landed in the dying Russion Olive tree, which I think of now as The Owl Tree, and basically took showers! They dropped their wings to their sides, like arms, and got really wet, then danced, fluffed, and flapped and then did it all again. Remember, this is through a window and raining, but it was so cool, I had to share! The third one was there before, too, but flew off.

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ColoradoKat

I am SO SAD that WU is getting rid of the photography section. This has been the most wonderful outlet for me and my photography and I have met so many awesome people and seen photography that has been amazing on so many levels, because of WU. Thank you for the opportunities you gave us with your site. Man, I will really, really miss this. :-(

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