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    Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

    The Adults...



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    Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

    Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

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    Re: Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

    Lovely shots, well done.

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    Re: Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

    Joe, I think everytime you visit....you get a bit better and better overall images of them! Well done!

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    Re: Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

    Thanks Jeep, but good subjects and practice make great photographs.

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    Re: Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

    Thank you Bobo, I appreciate your viewing and comments.

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    Re: Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

    Wow, Love the one in flight (#3). Great shot!

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    Re: Barred Owls & Fledgling...C&C Appreciated

    Thanks Bryan, that was shot this morning. The owl appeared like it was going to take flight, so I switched from aperature priority to shutter priority which I had set at a shutter speed of 1/1600. When shooting birds I always have shutter priority set to either 1/1600 or 1/2000 depending on the light. It is quick to change from aperature to shutter and you can get some great shots of birds in flight. When one becomes familiar with their manner you get a sense if they will take flight.

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