|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Las Aguilas 2005 June|
Owls are an order of birds of prey. Most are solitary, and nocturnal, with some exceptions (e.g. the Burrowing Owl). They are classified in the order Strigiformes, in which there are over 200 extant species. Owls mostly hunt small mammals, insects, and other birds, though a few species specialize in hunting fish. They are found in all regions of the Earth except Antarctica, most of Greenland, and some remote islands. Though owls are typically solitary, the literary collective noun for a group of owls is a parliament.
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you start with a nice picture. It's not an easy one with
highlights and deep shadows but you managed well with your analog camera. Nice scanning too.
Pretty good sharpness with fine details and the colours is really nice.
Tenerife is a nice place, I was there for a months ago.
Welcome to TN.
- [2008-03-11 10:28]
Lovely picture of this owl..Fantastic lighting and nicely composed portrait.