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Snowy Owl A I (102)
jhm Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 893 W: 0 N: 507] (1853)
Hello best TN friends, I was one week ago on visit in the Belgian Zoo to Antwerp.
I taken these Snow Owl but I'm no macro specialist, all comments are well come, who can me help or give advice.

I hope you like it.

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The is a large Snow Owl, diurnal white Owl that has a rounded head, yellow eyes and black bill. The feet are heavily feathered. A distinctive white Owl, their overall plumage is variably barred or speckled with thin, black, horizontal bars or spots. Females and juveniles are more heavily marked than males - adult males may be almost pure white, although they have up to three tail bands. Adult females are distinctly barred throughout, and have from four to six tail bands. Immatures are very heavily barred throughout, and dark spotting may codominate or dominate the overall plumage. Intensity of dark spotting varies with the sex of the immatures, females being the darkest. Juveniles are uniformly brown with scattered white tips of down.

Size: Length 51-68.5 cm (20-27") average female 66cm (26" inches), male 59cm (23")
Wingspan 137-164cm (54-65")
Weight 1134-2000g (40-70oz) average female 1707g (60oz), male 1612g (57oz)

Canon EOS 5D
Shooting Date/Time
17/04/2007 14:37:21
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Aperture-Priority AE
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Center-weighted averaging
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55.0 - 200.0mm
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jhm Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 893 W: 0 N: 507] (1853)
Edited by:Shoot_Score Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 445 W: 302 N: 670] (2376)

a) slight rotate to plumb the stone b/g
b) crop < a atighter one is possible too >
using the diagonal from LR to UL...