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  1. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    Sorry I havn't been around much lately, I am sure most of you know why! Here is a shot from last weekend... I had to format my pc last Sunday, and I still cant get PS to open up! What a drag! I will get it fixed soon.

    Dave @ Skyhunters set up one of his many snowy owls for me to shoot, it was a great scene, and the cloudy day almost helped give me a better exposure of his bright white feathers. I have many more and I will post them here later, after I tend to my family!!!

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    thanks for looking!
     
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    Lucky bugger! Nice shot.

    Eric
     
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    excellent exposure Raymond.
     
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    beautiful! :thumbup:
     
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    Excuses, excuses....

    J\K :mrgreen: Glad you found the time to post! The exposure is nice.
     
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    thats a beautiful owl!
     
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    You are truly lucky to have witnessed that. Owl's are such secret birds.

    What did you wave to attract its attention? (It's looking RIGHT at the camera!)
     
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    first thing i said wehn i saw this was 'holy cow' ... white? owl? :shock: .. never saw em like this
    great shot :thumbsup:
     
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    i love owls, lovely looking birds. Nice to see such a shot of one
     
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    He is stunning! Can't wait to see the rest of the shots, Raymond.

    Now go take care of Maria. She misses you. ;)
     
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    awesome ... Love this one ....

    Family first Raymond ...... always ...

    Thanks for taking time to post this one.
     
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    oh gosh..I am full of appreciation to your photography! your birds' pictures (I've no idea if I put the apostrophy correct after "birds" - Rob - correct me please if I'm wrong here :p )

    but back to your picture Raymond, this is wonderful! i can't imagine me capturig such a beautiful bird... I even can't imagine me in a company of such a beautiful bird!
     

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