Snowy Owl fly by

© Nicholas Semo

Snowy Owl fly by

Uploaded: January 25, 2014

Description

we are experiencing what may be a once in a lifetime irruption of snowy owls this year. They just seem to be everywhere I go in NY.

Nikon 200-400 @ 400mm

Exif: F Number: 6.3, Exposure Bias Value: 0.33, ExposureTime: 1/4000 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 1600, White balance: Manual white balance, FocalLength: 400.00 mm, Model: NIKON D3S

Comments

Amanda D. Austwick level-classic January 25, 2014

Wow, great capture of this Snowy owl! #1560968

Michelle Alton January 26, 2014

Have not seen one in the wild yet. Don't they look just so SURREAL? #10956339

Nicholas Semo January 26, 2014

Michelle, I hope you get to see one in the wild. We usually are able to find one or two every year here in upstate NY. This year they seem to be everywhere I go. #10956774

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