Owl eyes

Uploaded: February 06, 2005


"Portrait of an owl", Oregon Wildlife Safari. Shot with Canon 10D and Canon 70-200 IS L lens.

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Cathy Barrows February 06, 2005

excellent...the only thing I would hope for is the left eye to have some color too #212898

Fedor G. Pikus February 06, 2005

Left eye is in the shadow and is fully dilated. Looks weird, I know, with pupils of different size, but it's not an issue with the photograph, there was no color there to begin with. #1087970

Mary Swift February 07, 2005

Nice close-up, beautiful detail! #1089097

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