Snowy Owl

SW of Morinville, Sturgeon County, AB, Canada

 

Photographed with the evening sunlight coming from left of where I was standing. I was hoping this owl would hunt a bit for some flight photography.

 

Because this bird is mostly white, I'm giving another B&W touch (with a tiny bit of sepia tone, film grain, and vignetting) to this photo. The clouds against the blue sky sure adds to the photo, IMO.

 

Below is the coloured version. Enjoy!

  • geno k 3y

    I agree w Don Raymond- terrific work
  • Bill Thompson 3y

    Just stunning! I *really* like the B&W version!
  • David Flores 3y

    The black and white works here, but I've gotta say that the color you captured- I'd stick with. Just amazing.
  • Eric.Vogt 3y

    Beautiful tones here Raymond! However, this stare steals the shot!
  • Randall van der Woning 3y

    Smart choice to convert to duotone; nice exposure as well.
  • Bob Lane 3y

    Nice adventure, Raymond!
  • Matthew Sim 3y

    Great B&W Raymond!
  • Dennis Davenport 3y

    Wonderful work here Raymond! Love the top one--it is fabulous!
  • Sheree Zielke 3y

    Love the magic of the black and white.

    Hi Raymond! You are on for a shoot together this spring! I want to watch a master a work.

    Blessings,
    Sheree
  • Beverley Carpenter 3y

    i have only been doing photography for two years, but i think your b/w image is beter than the colour, to me, it is more dramatic and has a mystical feel to it, just my opinion, love it.
  • Robert van Essen 3y

    Great job on the B&W,Raymond.
  • Profiles of Nature 3y

    Awesome shot prefer the b&w by a hair!
  • Sandra Standbridge. 3y

    Love both the images, stunning photography
  • Doug 3y

    Real darn nice
    D
  • Rick 3y

    Another Print worthy shot! Great treatment.
  • Glenn R Parker 3y

    Well done Raymond, love the B&W shot.
  • Dan 3y

    NIce!
  • Gerry 3y

    A classic in the B&W - well done Raymond.
  • Jason Miles 3y

    Great shots Raymond.
  • Nigel May 3y

    Fantastic shots
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