8.13.2013

Wordless Wednesday - Barred Owl

Welcome Back for Wordless Wednesday!

Photo credit goes to my husband! (He did use my camera, through the windows!)   :)

This Barred Owl decided to come check out our back deck.

(Yes, those are the Christmas lights still ready for use....)

Oh, and my dear daughter named him FREDERICK.





Stop back by on Friday for Photo Tip Friday on taking pictures in low lighting, Part 2!

Join the party with LINKY below and Happy Wordless Wednesday!

27 comments:

  1. What beautiful photos.

    I heard a barred owl in our yard for the first time last night, but couldn't see him. Fascinating creatures.

    Was this one wild?

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    1. Absolutely wild....just decided to be friendly I suppose! Isn't he gorgeous?

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  2. Awesome shots! Why doesn't anything that cool ever land in my yard?

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    1. We had a hawk land on our swing once. We live in an old neighborhood. I think these birds were her before us! Maybe you'll get lucky one day and see something special!

      Thanks for dropping by!

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  3. I love the way they move their heads. He got some great captures.

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    1. I know! I love the backward shot! But looking at my hubby was cool too!

      Have a great day!

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  4. I LOVE owls! They're so cool! They look so wise. :)
    Tiffany

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    1. They are just amazing creatures. And they make no noise when they fly....

      Thanks for dropping by!

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    1. It was such a treat to see this one. He watched my husband walk from room to room as he went to go get the camera.(You can see into our house from the deck) He was a pretty smart owl.

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  6. Your husband is also a great photographer Mary! Thanks for hosting and have a good day.

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    1. He's learned from the best! ;)

      You have a great day too Judy!

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  7. What a great pic--good job, Todd! My brother has screech owls at his place and they definitely live up to their name!

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    1. He did do a good job! :)

      Have a good day Ellen!

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  8. Beautiful creature. What a great visitor to have!

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  9. Awesome owl and great photos! My man can't figure out how to use my camera =)

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    1. LOL!

      My hubby is an engineer. He definitely knows all the technical stuff. He taught me what it all meant to start with.

      Now I'm teaching him to be artistic! ;) We make a good team.

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  10. what a beautiful owl and how lucky you must feel to have had such a visitor~! it seems quite content to look around for a bit.

    happy WW
    :-)
    libbyQ

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    1. He did sit there for a while. He watched my husband through the windows.

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  11. Hooooray for your hubby! He did a great job with depth of field. Awesome owl.

    ♥ aquariann
    Featured Photo: Fuchsia Flower

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  12. Wow, that is so cool! I would be giddy with excitement if I saw an owl on my back deck. I've only seen them in zoos. Never out in nature like that!

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  13. Great photos! What pretty owl, I like a lot!

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  14. What a beautiful owl, and a great shot through the window - well done hubby!

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