> Burrowing Owl
Adams Co WA
Canon EOS 7D
Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS USM
1/400s f/9.0 at 700.0mm iso400
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Excellent POV in this stunning capture!! GMV!!
Ton, Ben & Rob Nagtegaal
Great low angle image!! V
These owls look really cool. I missed them when in California.
Tack sharp and lovely composition.
Great eye contact with this attentive owl!
Those eyes are staring right at you....beautiful shot, Tom! V
Ken Chambers ARPS
Superb shot Tom... v
Gayle P. Clement
Very well captured, Tom. The light is marvelous.
Is he giving you his best stare? A great shot. Fantastic details. Vote.
Excellent capture of one of my favourite owls. gmv
What a fabulous capture of this owl! Great details and background. \/
impressive look, beautiful Tom.
Superb, excellent low angle and love those eyes, V!
Superb capture. f
Excellent details. Very well done.
Excellent shot.. fantastic detail! V
What a great find! Beautiful sharp image and terrific bg~!
Incredible detail...especially those eyes! Beautiful image, Tom. V~
Beautiful photo of this Burrowing Owl.
Been awhile since I last saw one near our local bay hillsides.
Very nice, Tom. They are such cool birds!
Superb image Tom.
This is a beautiful shot Tom, love the angle. You are right down on the ground with guy huh? What a look they have, like "what are you doing on MY land??" Nice!
Barbara Read and Fred Schaad
Great shot, Tom. These little guys are so sweet and their habitat is so very fragile. It is good to know there are some doing well in Washington State. Voted
Hank Vander Velde
Beautiful sharp image Tom. Nice pose, setting and background too. Great piercing eyes.
Ron E. Trees
Great capture Tom!! Were you laying down? Those eyes are incredible.
Very nice - such wonderful eyes!
Exquisite shot Tom!!! Vote~
What a great find. Love those little guys.A nice low perspective Tom! :-)