- bobair (44)
- [2008-11-13 18:45]
nice that you are my neighbor this evening and that you too have uploaded a raptor.I have never seen a Boreal Owl in the wild and now that I have had this chance to see this photo,I sure would like too.The point of view with it in it's tree is very good with a little softness in the capture but then I know just what it is like to shoot amongst tree branches and get the subject only,not always an easy thing to do.The colour is very good and the eye colour gets my attention straight off next are the patterns of it's plumage.An attractive little bird that I'm glad you shared with us all. Bob
- pvs (14464)
- [2008-11-14 0:38]
A superb capture of this owl,as I postede yesterday one,I know they can be tricky to capture,but you did a fine job,with good POV,detail and sharpness,tfs
- SelenE (13972)
- [2008-11-14 4:28]
I like the expression you captured :o) Details and patterns of the plumage, POV and focus are very nice. TFS
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2008-11-14 9:27]
Very good portrait of this Boreal Owl.
I like the foreground/background combination.
Thanks for sharing
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2008-11-14 16:42]
excellent shot of the Boreal Owl, being the first time
i see this owl i went to All About Birds website
to see what is in French, »»»»»»» Nyctale boréale,
excellent close-up shot with fine POV and framing,
excellent sharpness and details, TFS
- fragman (43778)
- [2008-11-15 7:18]
amazing capture, TFS Ori
- Wolfpower (1075)
- [2008-11-15 19:23]
What a beautiful shot of this small boreal owl.
You are lucky to see this bird.
Excellent POV ,the details are sharp and well focused.
Lovely natural colours.
- BoisBarb (293)
- [2008-11-29 5:54]
Une attitude exceptionnel dans un cadre superbe. Le regard que jette cette chouette est tout simplement magnifique! bravo