Great Gray After A Big Snow Storm


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Comments


Debra Plett

Sunning capture Ken, the snow really does help to add a softness and brighten the image. Nicely done.

Ken Collett

Thanks kindly, Debra. I appreciate you taking the time to view and comment.

Clifford Dupuis

what a stunning capture of this amazing owl in his own environment

Ken Collett

Thanks for having a look, Clifford. Good of you to take the time to view and comment.

Paul O'Toole

Beautiful surroundings and light for this awesome capture.

Ken Collett

I agree! That much snow makes for a very different type of light than it would in the summer, with everything else being equal. The world in these parts can become a big soft reflector. A true advantage of living with such chilling conditions for so many months of the year. Thanks for taking the time to view and comment, Paul.

Jane LeBlanc

Gorgeous shot, Ken!! Love the focus on the eyes!! So majestic!

Ken Collett

Merci, Jane! I appreciate you taking the time to view and comment.

Description
The evening previous this image being taken, there was a snow storm with very strong wind and plenty of snow. The result was a nice backdrop for this majestic great gray owl.
Taken By
Ken Collett
Taken On
February 17, 2021
Tagged
great gray owl strix nebulosa #sharecangeo alberta rural snow poplar birch bird winter thorhild wildlife wild raptor predator animal
  • Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  • Focal: 560
  • Lens Model: EF400mm f/5.6L USM +1.4x III
  • Shutter speed: 0.0003125 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 9

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