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We have a rather famous pair of eagles that have nested year after year in one particular spot along the Olentangy River here in Ohio. There nest is in a location that provides an excellent view for photographers and bird … Continue reading
Snowy decided to walk past the pole she had “slipped” from (although from the yellow eye she was giving us she may have been saying she meant to do that) to size up the suitability of perching on the adjoining … Continue reading
This is how the prior photo of Snowy walking in the grass started. As you recall from this image, she was doing her yoga stretches and then things went a bit wibbly wobbly. I’m assuming it was a misstep or … Continue reading
I think Snowy may have packed her bags and gone back home; haven’t seen any new images of her since around Valentines Day. This image was taken January 9th when it was still cold but without the ice and snow. … Continue reading
F8 – 560mm – ISO 50 – 1/250 Teri 📷
Oh geeze! It’s Monday morning again already? Time to catch breakfast. These photos were taken on a great sunny day a few weeks ago. Snowy is currently in familiar territory as we’ve just had snow this weekend. Teri📷
Snowy here is excited about there being a chance for snow. Hope you have a great weekend too no matter the weather. Teri 📷 Here’s a clip of Snowy Owl sounds. My Snowy hasn’t said word one.
And with attitude! More images coming soon. Teri📷
That time last November when a red tailed hawk was sitting in a tree in an empty parking lot, so we pulled up right under it. Closest I’ve ever been able to get to one. Magnificent creatures with some very … Continue reading