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(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:May 31st, 2017 (10:26am) PDT
Hi Pamela...thanks for comments on my pics..miss your work..time for post..lol
@pamelabole replied: Lol!!! Thanks Ramona.....and thanks for the encouragement, I will! ; )
(@Karlstajber) Vlado Ferencic said:April 25th, 2017 (9:50pm) PDT
great catch
@pamelabole replied: Thank you Vlado!! : )
(@PicArtIS) Dennis said:April 20th, 2017 (1:57pm) PDT
lovely%uFF0Cnice shot%uFF01
@pamelabole replied: I'm reading between the symbols, so weird it does that...........but thank you for "lovely" and "nice shot"! : )
(@dolfd) Dolf DeRovira said:April 4th, 2017 (12:03pm) PDT
Great shot, but I thought owls only come out at night?
@pamelabole replied: Hi Dolf! Thank you! Unlike other owls, burrowing owls are active during the day, especially in the spring when they gather food for their large broods. This species of owl prefers open areas with low ground cover. They can often be found perching near their burrow on fence posts and trees. They are one "cool" looking owl! : )
(@Jobe60) Johann breiner said:April 2nd, 2017 (12:38am) PDT
Fantastic scene and shot.
greetings, johann
@pamelabole replied: Thank you Johann!!!!!....much appreciated!!! : )
(@JadeCarbone) Jade Carbone said:March 31st, 2017 (7:39am) PDT
Your efforts paid off big time Pamela, a beauty for sure!
@pamelabole replied: Hi Jade!!....so good to see you on the site! Thank you so much....I appreciate it!!! : )
(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:March 27th, 2017 (7:43pm) PDT
Nice work well done Pamela.
@pamelabole replied: Thank you Tim!!! : )
(@PaulKinnock) paul kinnock said:March 22nd, 2017 (8:58pm) PDT
beautiful shot !
@pamelabole replied: Thank you so much!!! : )
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:March 22nd, 2017 (4:57pm) PDT
Why, someone WHOOOO gives a HOOT! Such a great capture,, Pamela . They Óre so cute.
@pamelabole replied: Hahaha!!!!! Thanks so much Ken!!! This was the first time I had seen Burrowing Owls in the wild.....they are so cute!! Thanks for your comment.... I laughed out loud!!! ; )
(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:March 22nd, 2017 (4:32pm) PDT
a wonderful capture...the eyes have it..so nice to see you posting
@pamelabole replied: Hi Ramona!!! And, thank you!!! I can't stay away....this site has some of the nicest people on it!! : )
(@Gommy) Enache Armand said:March 22nd, 2017 (3:47pm) PDT
:)) funny shot
@pamelabole replied: Thank you!!! : )
(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:March 22nd, 2017 (8:33am) PDT
Hi Pamela. Yes, you got everything right on this shot... but the eyes are what I love the most. Your Lake Tahoe photo did well. This is a terrific shot as well...
@pamelabole replied: Awww......thank you so much Jenny!!! : )
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This photo was taken from behind a 7 to 8 ish foot fence while standing on a ladder, holding on to my camera and a "big gun" lens from about 65-75 feet away. The fact that it is in focus and I didn't fall off of the ladder is a big win in itself!!! Lol!!! And, a double bonus for capturing them looking my way at the same time! They are amazing little creatures that never stop swiveling their heads looking all around. (Taken at Alviso Marina County Park, at the base of the SF Bay)

Thanks for looking!!! : )

Uploaded: Mar 22nd, 2017 (8:17am)
Category: Wildlife/Animals
Camera: NIKON D7000
Focal Length: 600 mm
Aperture: f/13
Shutter Speed: 1/160 sec
ISO: 400



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