Hello everybody,It’s been quite a long time since my last update on Birds of Turkey. Now, it’s time to continue with the series. This article’s subject is:EURASIAN SCOPS OWL - OTUS SCOPSWith sizes between 19-21 cm and wingspan around 47-54 cm, they are one of the smallest owl species. clearly smaller than Little Owl. Scops owls are typical owls mostly belonging to the genus Otus. Approximately 45 living species are known, but new ones are frequently recognised and unknown ones are still being... continue reading
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I realised last Saturday that I am an antisocial photographer. Or maybe unsociable is a kinder way of putting it. Either way, I am not sociable once I have a camera in my hand. It was my big day out to a photography event at the local Birds of Prey centre last weekend, and the evening before it suddenly struck me that everyone else would know more than me and I would look, not to put too fine a point on it, stupid. I also realised that I would have to be sociable whilst taking photographs,... continue reading
Whether it is a breath taking landscape that embraces you, or a lone flower growing at the bottom of the street, or a simple everyday tool forgotten under the dust in the room - they all have their silent but vibrant story to tell. continue reading
Tall ships - full collection click hereTall Ships moored at the LiffeyDanmark sailing off Dublin portSailors in the riggingsFryderyk ChopinPelican of Londoncrewsailing off Dublin portBirds of prey - full collection click hereHarris HawkCommon Barn OwlCouple of Common Barn OwlTawny owl or brown owlEuropean eagle owlLanner falconGreyish Eagle Owl continue reading
Just had my favorite photo approved. Taken with the help of an owl sanctuary, flying the eagle owl towards with the nice background to make the shot more natural. After several flights i was o pleased that my focus had kept up the owl flying straight at me and cause this shot. Does make an interesting shot and pleased with the outcome.Anyone want to share their favorite shot on dreamstime? continue reading
When we think of wildlife photography, we generally think of someone walking aimlessly in search of animals or sitting in a hide or blind for hours on end waiting for an animal to make its appearance.In part, both of those are true but there are locations that the wildlife are plentiful and you have wider choices.On these occasions it is good to have a concept or plan for your photographic outing.I get my ideas of photographing wildlife from everyday life.One day, I was standing in line... continue reading
Athena is an Eurasian Eagle Owl that lives at the San Francisco Zoo.She was smuggled into the United States as an Easter Egg in an Easter Basket along with 14 other eggs from Austria so the eggs could past through San Francisco International Airports Customs a little over 3 years ago.Only 3 of the 15 eggs survived do to lack of not incubating the eggs properly during the flight from Austria to the US.The 3 eggs hatched at the smugglers house but the owls had been seized during a sting operation... continue reading
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