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Submitted on
August 22, 2009
Image Size
1.5 MB


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Canon EOS 40D
Shutter Speed
1/128 second
Focal Length
141 mm
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Date Taken
Aug 1, 2009, 3:38:19 PM
Wise Old Owl by LoneWolfPhotography Wise Old Owl by LoneWolfPhotography
Looking every inch the traditional image of the "Wise Old Owl", Najla poses beautifully for this great portrait shot...looking quite stunning in her shades of orange.

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Terazashim Jan 27, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Okay, I've read over your Rules of Usage, and I understand that I'm supposed to make the request here. So, Would it be ok with you if I transferred the owl bit of this image (by hand - laser engravers take the fun out of it) onto a piece of wood, and then finish it with a wood burning pen? It's for a friend of mine who has a fondness for owls. My second request would be if it would be alright for me to upload a photo of my finished piece to my facebook account.

This said, there is a chance I'll end up going with a different image, but I'm not certain that I'll find a better one.
LoneWolfPhotography Jan 27, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I have to say, this is the first request I've had from someone wanting to use one of my images to make a 3 dimensional wood carving so without hesitation, I say GO FOR IT! :D You have my permission and if you'd like to post it to your facebook account, you's your work you'd be posting but if you cared to include a comment saying you used my image for reference and give a link back to my image, that would be awesome! I'd also, of course, appreciate a link so that I can see how my shot looks in a wood carving. Being the first that I know of, I'm very intrigued! Thank you for following my rules. :bow:
Incredible detail, superb capture Mark! :D
DeeOtter Aug 22, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
oo I can see the concert lawn in her eyes!
LoneWolfPhotography Aug 22, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
:D Yes you can! Way to go, you're the first one to mention that. I was really hoping you could see me in there, but I was too low and the reflection was from over my head. :nod: :( Great eye Deidre. :D
Are you certain that it is a female? :giggle:

Not only its orange eyes are impressive, on this image, we can see how splendid its feathers are. Beautiful! :star:x5
LoneWolfPhotography Aug 22, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Well, they told me she's a female but even though I was enough below her, I didn't look up her skirt or anything! :D :rofl: I just took their word for it. :nod: Yes, isn't it a wonder that nature could decide how to make each and every feather a different color to produce the variety of patterns that birds display? I'm just blown away by it. :nod:
If they told she was a female, then I suppose she is... and she is beautiful. :nod:

Birds are probably the most beautiful existing creatures, some ones are a real splendor, like this one. :nod:

On this photo, we can distinguish the slightest difference of shades. Perfect catch!
LoneWolfPhotography Aug 24, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
I agree with you, in all the world, I believe that birds display the widest diversity of species and colors and beauty. Unless the insect world has them beat. Not really sure about that. :nod: And of all the birds...I love Raptors most. They just seem to have a proud look and a defiant and confident one. I love that about them. :nod:

Thank you Jo...I appreciate that. :bow: :hug:
You are most welcome, Mark! :hug:

In my opinion, insect world will never beat the bird world for the beauty. Except for the butterflies which are amazing, most of insects are ugly and terrifying (particularly the spiders...). :nod:
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