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Snowy Owl

Last Sunday afternoon my husband and I took a drive. We knew where one of these beautiful birds had been spotted a couple weeks earlier. It was a bitter, blowy day and we spotted this one up on an aerial. My husband took the photo, hand held, out the window of the truck. It did not seem to be bothered with us taking its picture. It did eventually fly away and we came away happy. For more Camera Critters go to
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Marydon Ford said…
Wow! Valerie, great picture. Love the wing span captured.

Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs, Marydon
Bernie said…
It's a good shot ... such a beautiful bird.
Lori E said…
Owls are so special. I have never seen one in real life. I did do a slide show of pictures of them on my blog a while back. The pictures are absolutely fabulous. Come by and have a look.
Yogi♪♪♪ said…
Spectacular photograph. Congratulations.
eileeninmd said…
Wonderful shot of a the Snowy owl. They are beautiful!
We love Luna said…
Wonderful picture, she is beautiful!
Happy Camera Critters!
Misty Dawn said…
What an awesome capture!!! I would LOVE to get a photo like this.
Valerie said…
Oh I am so jealous! What a beautiful bird!
I bet he was excited to have captured that! I love it when that happens. ~
Denise said…
A great photo of this snowy owl. I have never seen one in the wild, or even a captive one, just in shots such as yours. Very enjoyable, thank you.
Awesome shot!

I played too :)
Michael said…
Brilliant, beautiful and other words that mean 'wow that's great'.

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