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Photo by dsglass

TSC: panning

My favorite barn owl. :) Taken in Tucson, at the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum.

[more shots in the notes]

Karen's Place, Indycaver (Norm), Het broertje van.., fragglerocks and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


26 comments - The latest ones
 Valfal
Valfal club
Beautiful bird, wonderful capture in flight, ds!
5 years ago.
dsglass club
has replied to Valfal club
Thanks! :)
5 years ago.
 Shuttering Yukon
Shuttering Yukon club
even the wings are in motion! awesome Dvora, I think you got it! ... I love owls, they have such wise looking faces. (I think you should crop the top to get rid of as much pole as possible!)
5 years ago.
dsglass club
has replied to Shuttering Yukon club
Do you mean the cactus? I didn't want to lose *all* of the sky... :)
5 years ago.
Shuttering Yukon club
has replied to dsglass club
that's a cactus? sheesh silly me! I thought it was a power pole! I get what you mean about 'loosing the sky' but I think it takes away from the bird! but then again Dvora, that is only my opinion...
5 years ago. Edited 5 years ago.
dsglass club
has replied to Shuttering Yukon club
Re-cropped and added in a note... Think maybe you're right. :)
5 years ago.
Shuttering Yukon club
has replied to dsglass club
I really like the cropped version... and Dvora, I am a girl so therefore always right! even when I am wrong!
5 years ago.
 Clickity Click
Clickity Click club
Love how you have the face in focus. Great shot :)
5 years ago.
dsglass club
has replied to Clickity Click club
Thanks! Pure luck. ;) It's all manual focus, trying to capture the birds as they were flying back and forth over-head (earlier that morning, his friend the horned owl actually got me with a wing-flap!) I got as many out-of-focus blurry birds as motion-blurred ones...
5 years ago.
 Wierd Folkersma
Wierd Folkersma club
great you got this owl flying
5 years ago.
 Janano -
Janano - club
beautiful shot and wonderful bird
5 years ago.
 Chrissy
Chrissy club
WOW! I love owls! great job!
5 years ago.
 Puchinpappy
Puchinpappy club
Movement in everything except the claws and the head. Well done.
5 years ago. Edited 5 years ago.
 Jon Smith
Jon Smith
what a fab owl dsg. you really followed him well to get that motion blur in the background
5 years ago.
 s@ssyl@ssy
s@ssyl@ssy
Oooh....I think I like the last one best.
I would LOVE to actually see an owl somewhere in the wild. How amazing.
Great work :)))
5 years ago.
 PaulOClassic©
PaulOClassic©
What a great group of shots! These are terrific!
5 years ago.
 Dida From Augsburg
Dida From Augsburg club
Very good series of the flying owl!
5 years ago.
 Sami Serola
Sami Serola club
Quite a challenge you chose to yourself! I like the middle "note" picture.
5 years ago.
 H C
H C
Lovely shots of the owl. Difficult subject.
5 years ago.
 Gillian Everett
Gillian Everett club
Such a sweet face, lovely capture!
5 years ago.
 Nylonbleu
Nylonbleu
The second one in the notes is amazing !!!! it is my favorite !
5 years ago.
 Amazingstoker
Amazingstoker club
well captured, and I particularly like the one in the notes where its looking at the camera
5 years ago.
 Indycaver (Norm)
Indycaver (Norm) club
Wonderful photos!
5 years ago.
 Karen's Place
Karen's Place club
What great owl photos Dvora. (I just watched a good show on owls the other night and love them too.)
5 years ago.
 autofantasia
autofantasia club
A fabulous set of shots ... of the ones in the Notes I think I prefer the one in the middle! :)
5 years ago.
 Esther
Esther club
Nice!
5 years ago.

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