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    Posted: 15 February 2021 at 22:22
Thanks Ine, we live in an inspiring part of the world!
 



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Originally posted by Jonas A-R Jonas A-R wrote:


Itís a great picture. I am embarrassed to say that I have never seen an owl in the wild. Iíd love to learn how to spot them.
Did you consider getting rid of the branch behind the owl?


Thanks Jonas ! Mmm... i dindn't like the branch, but it didn't cross my mind to get rid of it. Maybe nest post, thanks for the tip.

Like Hezu point out, information on the web can help a lot to spot owl (like eBird for example), knowing there habitat and biology are a great help too. Overhere winter it's a great time for owl watching, many northern owl will migrate to our latitude for the winter like this boreal owl !
Hope you get the chance to see them in the wild

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an excellent week! wonderful POTW, Jacques! congrats to all!   
(I gasped when I 1st saw Leo's pic- the perfect moment! )
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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Leo's "disappaering images" is just mesmerizing to me


Originally posted by alpha_in_exile alpha_in_exile wrote:


Leo - "Disappearing Messages" - is extraordinarily almost-monotone. Well-spotted!


Fred and Matthew: thanks a lot, I'm glad you like it! The scene struck me like the photo did you.
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Nice to be included again. Quite liked the Hitchcock reference. Also, all the years Iíve played golf, never realized what was actually in the balls.🤪
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Great work!! Especially love the owl and that one by Mark Twain..ahh.
 



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Originally posted by Jonas A-R Jonas A-R wrote:

Itís a great picture. I am embarrassed to say that I have never seen an owl in the wild. Iíd love to learn how to spot them.
Owls are not necessarily the easiest birds to find, especially as many of these are nocturnal. But of course, looking for information where others have seen one can help. DOFbasen appears to be the bird observation database for Danish observations.

And congrats for all who has picture featured on this exhibition, including me who seem to be on a streak with inclusions on three weeks in row....
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Originally posted by JS5 JS5 wrote:

Ouch ! Glad to see my image as the POTW. Thank you so much, such a nice way so start the weekend ! Congratulations to everyone !
Jacques


Itís a great picture. I am embarrassed to say that I have never seen an owl in the wild. Iíd love to learn how to spot them.
Did you consider getting rid of the branch behind the owl?
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Ouch ! Glad to see my image as the POTW. Thank you so much, such a nice way so start the weekend ! Congratulations to everyone !
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Always an honour to be included, I was pleased to see a strong representation from the CYC challenge.
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Congrats to everyone whose work is featured here.
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Wonderful to see that photographic art is continuously being created despite the constraints surrounding the pandemic.
A wonderful set of images.
Congrats to POTW and all exhibitors.
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Jacques, that is a beautiful owl, and nice composition in that shot.

Leo - "Disappearing Messages" - is extraordinarily almost-monotone. Well-spotted!
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