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Photo of the Day ~ Birds Category ~ December 31, 2009

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by Kim Rollins (KimR2) 
Olympus E-3
Burns, Oregon
United States of America

Photographer Notes:
One of the first from the 70-300mm Oly digital lens.

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ellen hodges commented on December 31, 2009 06:49:
Congrats on a fantastic find and capture, Kim! All blessings to you in the new year!!
Joy Cobb commented on December 31, 2009 07:09:
Wow, how did you even see this owl? You must have hawk eyes. :) It's so camoflauged. Amazing find and capture, with great feathery detail, Kim! Happy New Year!
Julie Christiansen commented on December 31, 2009 08:28:
Congrats, amazing.
Kumiko Parkinson commented on December 31, 2009 08:29:
Wonderful capture of the Owl's movement like this! Great details and textures of his feathers, beautiful!! Congratulations!
Linn Smith commented on December 31, 2009 09:15:
Outstanding movement while maintaining excellent sharpness...a superb find especially considering how well it blends in with its environment! Congratulations on your POTD!
Lois Sturdivant commented on December 31, 2009 11:53:
Congrats, Kim, superb image.
William wrosenthal commented on December 31, 2009 13:38:
A tough shot, pulling that one out from the midst of branches. Very nice. Congratulations.
Kathy Shogren commented on December 31, 2009 19:03:
Looks like a big fluffy owl. Wonderful capture. Congrats Kim on POTD! Happy New Year!
Patrice Cigallio Wesa commented on December 31, 2009 20:02:
Great detail, pose, expression & wonderful work with your new lens too to single out this owl so well in such a camoflauged environment...congrats, Kim!

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