A barn owl takes another step in a race to oblivion,
my theories of the wind are all blown away.
Barn Owl | Tyto alba
I love owl’s faces – thanks.
I’ve always thought of barn owls as ghostly, but this one seems positively angelic.
Once again you’re the master of poetic action photography, promoted!
Another beautiful shot Rick!
Isn’t it beautiful!
Thank you for this excellent photo.
What an amazing action shot of another beautiful bird. Well done.
Rick reminds me that a real photographer can do way better work than myself…
Another stunning photograph by Rick Lieder.
I love OWLS….
WHHOOOOOO is this man who has captured my soul in a photograph??
(that would be you Rick!…SWEET SHOT!!)
Thanks Diane. Keep flying.
Rick, this photo is gorgeous!!! The owl, of course, is incredibly beautiful; what I love is how you have captured him in flight, with the light beaming through and reflected by his wings. Glorious!!!
What a beauty.
I love it ! In fact, I really admire all the work of Rick.
Wowsers this is a fabulous capture. Looks like he is running away from that DOF.
Splendid capture, it looks like dancing.
This is one of the loveliest photos of any owl I’ve ever seen. An air-ballet. Thank you so much for posting it!
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