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Feb 8, 2014 21:30:57   #
Cruzjo
 
Snowy Owl at West Dennis Beach (Cape Cod)


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Feb 8, 2014 21:51:14   #
WAL
 
I am seeing a lot of snowy owl photos. I am in NH is there some thing happening to bring them to New England? A freind saw one or two around Plumb Island in Newbury MA.

Thanks for the photo, very nice.
Feb 8, 2014 21:56:36   #
WAL
 
I downloads the full file and want to say it is much better than nice. Has a portrait quality that give the owl a personality.
This feels like the result of a lot of thought and work.
Feb 8, 2014 21:57:35   #
Cruzjo
 
I don't know was really going. I just think they are after food. I guess We have enough food here.. I also heard they even cited some in Florida.

thanks for the comment.
Feb 8, 2014 21:59:13   #
Cruzjo
 
Thank you so much for the comment.. greatly appreciated.. I probably took 200 photos, this one I like the most..
Feb 8, 2014 22:17:49   #
Profg
 
Beautiful Capture - I got a Snowy there on Jan 14 in the rain.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dr_cjgregory/11955492154/

Can not tell if it is the same one, but they are beautiful. I also found one on Seagull beach in Yarmouth that same day.
It is a real honor to see them close up.
 
Feb 8, 2014 22:21:45   #
Cruzjo
 
Profg wrote:
Beautiful Capture - I got a Snowy there on Jan 14 in the rain.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dr_cjgregory/11955492154/

Can not tell if it is the same one, but they are beautiful. I also found one on Seagull beach in Yarmouth that same day.
It is a real honor to see them close up.


It was such a treat being able to get that close....
Thank you for the comment. There's also some in Chatham and also Orleans. Not sure the location yet but I will find out.
Feb 8, 2014 22:24:38   #
Cruzjo
 
Profg wrote:
Beautiful Capture - I got a Snowy there on Jan 14 in the rain.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dr_cjgregory/11955492154/

Can not tell if it is the same one, but they are beautiful. I also found one on Seagull beach in Yarmouth that same day.
It is a real honor to see them close up.


You have a great set on flickered Profg thanks for sharing
Feb 8, 2014 22:27:08   #
Whuff (a regular here)
 
Amazing photo, looks fantastic in download. Great composition, focus and exposure.
Feb 8, 2014 22:29:04   #
rlaugh (a regular here)
 
Beautiful!
Feb 8, 2014 22:29:16   #
Cruzjo
 
Whuff wrote:
Amazing photo, looks fantastic in download. Great composition, focus and exposure.


Thank you so much
 
Feb 8, 2014 22:29:52   #
Cruzjo
 
rlaugh wrote:
Beautiful!


Thank you for the kind comment.
Feb 8, 2014 22:33:12   #
Sal145
 
It happens about every 7 years. An overabundance of food up north means an overabundance of snowy owls. They come south but ultimately head back north as the population equalizes.
I took this picture today in Stratford CT (Long Beach)




Feb 8, 2014 22:35:55   #
Cruzjo
 
Sal145 wrote:
It happens about every 7 years. An overabundance of food up north means an overabundance of snowy owls. They come south but ultimately head back north as the population equalizes.
I took this picture today in Stratford CT (Long Beach)


Very nice set you have. They are an amazing looking bird..
Thanks for sharing Sal145
Feb 8, 2014 22:38:40   #
Sal145
 
Thanks. Same bird , different angles and expression. Taken with my newly acquired Nikon 80-400mm.
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