46 thoughts on “Snowy Owl – More Photos!

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      1. notestowomen

        You’re welcome. I saw them in person when the Discovery Channel people brought them to my workplace. It was a real treat. Owls are fascinating birds. My favorite bird is the bald eagle. Yes, I truly love nature and it’s Creator. I look forward to seeing more of your amazing photos.

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        1. trentpmcd Post author

          It would be amazing to see them up close and personal like that, though, of course, there is something about seeing them in the wild. Eagles are great, so big and majestic. Nature is wonderful and I like to celebrate it’s Creator by being immersed in it ;) Hope your weekend is going well and that you have a wonderful week ahead.

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Thanks. I do like the ones in the sand as well, but I was shooting at ISO 1000 for those! The light for the lifeguard chair ones was a little better and the owl closer.

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  2. dennyho

    I’ve never seen a snowy owl, was this one near your home? or a nearby field? How lucky you are to capture this beautiful creature. She is stunning. So glad you chose to post more.

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      This was on Cape Cod. Since they are arctic birds, they like the dunes by the sea – it reminds them of the tundra. There are sightings every few years, but this is the first time I was lucky enough to see one… or two – there were at least of them on that beach. Thanks,

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Thanks, Marilyn. I guess one shows up on the Cape every few years, but this was the first time I was lucky enough to have a sighting. Or two – there were at least two different owls. The are such beautiful birds.

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  3. Corina

    Beautiful. I love the ones where the owl is looking straight at the camera! I’ve seen some at zoos and at a wildlife refuge and a bird sanctuary but what a treat to see these out in the wild, enjoying the Cape like all the tourists!

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      It was so cool to see them out in the wild. I don’t think the owl ever looked at me for more than passing moment, but every time it turned it’s head my way, I would take a ton of photos just to try to capture those eyes :)

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