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For the heck of it...

Posted by
Kathe (Marquette, Michigan, United States) on 11 January 2009 in Miscellaneous.

Just wanted to see how it'd look to combine one of the photos I took of the snowy owl with one of my moon shots.

Hmm...I think it needs some work.

NIKON D40 1/60 second F/5.6 ISO 1600 300 mm

Mindy from United States

Really powerful image. Super composite technique.

11 Jan 2009 5:24am

@Mindy: Thanks, Mindy.

Kent from Västra Götaland, Sweden

A very beautiful and pleasant image.

11 Jan 2009 6:31am

@Kent: Thank you, Kent. :^)

Mike from Lichfield, United Kingdom

I like it a lot. nicely done.

11 Jan 2009 7:02am

@Mike: Thanks, Mike.

rem_la from Villiers, France

belle composition !

11 Jan 2009 8:11am

@rem_la: Thank you, rem_la.

Marcie from United States

WOW! Too good to be real...but WOW! nonetheless. Absolutely stunning!!!

11 Jan 2009 11:57am

@Marcie: But it's NOT real. Well, the owl and the moon were real when I photographed them.
They just weren't photographed at the same time. ;^)

EYES WIDE SHUT from The library of my soul, United Kingdom

Very nicely presented, looks terrific. And what an incredibly beautiful face

11 Jan 2009 12:20pm

@EYES WIDE SHUT: Thank you. This owl was extremely cooperative. I think it was watching me just as much as I was watching it.
Except, of course, the few minutes here and there it would take a little snooze...even while the flash was going off. heh heh

Photographe au Maroc from Morocco

Very nice photo !
I love the composition !
Greetings from morocco

11 Jan 2009 1:04pm

@Photographe au Maroc: Thanks! :^)

Betty from New Jersey, United States

Very well done! Bravo!

11 Jan 2009 1:05pm

@Betty: Thanks, Betty.

Peggy M from France

The night eye! Fantastic shot !

11 Jan 2009 1:38pm

@Peggy M: Thank you, Peggy.

Denise from Tehran, Iran

Oh My...
one of the superb captures,from owl...
Nicely done!

11 Jan 2009 7:33pm

@Denise: Thank you, Denise.

1/60 second
ISO 1600
300 mm