Great Horned Owlets

Lake Skinner, Temecula, CA. 24 May 2015, Sony A77 MII with Sigma 500/4.5 with 1.4x TC and fill flash.

Posted by David Furseth on Mon, 06/08/15 19:31
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Mon, 06/08/15 20:01

The Great Horned owlets must have been hard to spot... they blend right in with the tree that they are perched on... almost looks like they are in disguise.


Comments by Nathan Leonard Kern on Tue, 06/09/15 08:37

Great image which almost makes you think that owels grow from tree trunks.


Comments by Jacky on Tue, 06/09/15 11:23

Very nice! Nice length, especially when adding that TC. I wouldn't
think fill flash would be very effective at that distance, but it
turned out very nice. Cute little guys. Or gals. Or both.


Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Tue, 06/09/15 13:32

They look quite young. Very nice shot but you could remove the green leaves.;-)


Comments by David Furseth on Tue, 06/09/15 19:35

Sandi,

I would have 'removed' the leaves but I was afraid of stepping on the owlets in the process. I'm not a big fan of altering what I see in favor of a 'better photo'.

Glad you liked the shot!