Mary and Paul on the Tangle Heart Tree
For the summer schedule, there will be a mix of photos from yesterday and today. By the time I get finished photographing owls at dusk and sunset colors, it’s what used to be my bedtime. If I stay up processing photos taken at dusk and later, it ends up going on midnight by the time I get photos processed and posted. Today’s photos of the owls, sunset, and moon in orange clouds were taken last night. The moon at 44.3% full was taken this afternoon.
How many owlets can you find in the above photo?
Mary and Paul in the Tangle Heart tree under colored clouds and the moon.
Mama Owl brought Paul a snack of some type and then flew off in search of more.
Sunset last night.
The moon this afternoon at 44.3% full
71 thoughts on “Two To Tangle Heart”
I so appreciate the time spent catching these beautiful little owls to share with us. Your nature photography is amazing.
Thanks, Holly. The owlets love your Tangle Heart Tree.
It’s so perfect for them, I think they love it as much as I do
They do. They were a little south of the THT tonight. Lots of owl action going on.
I wonder what all the commotion is about. 🦉🦉
Mama was bringing them food. She was out and back three times while we were there giving each owlet a mouse or whatever else she caught.
She’s such a good mama! Lucky little guys and gals.
She’s a very good provider.
She is! Such a lovely little family and this is a new brood right? Her older kids flew the coop?
This year’s crop of kids. Last year’s kids are long gone out on their own.
I wonder if mom and pop have set up permanent residence right there and will continue to flourish, sending off more beautiful adolescents out into the world. It’s very exciting.
They have nested in the same spot since 2017. Mama and Daddy are around year round.
I had no idea they have been around that long. You are so fortunate!
You have to go to the T&L blog for 2017 and 2018 photos of the owlets.
Okay, I’m going to find that.
There’s a link to the T&L blog on the top menu bar on my blog.
Gotcha. Will ck it out when I get home.
All of the sky scapes are stunning. I enjoyed catching up with the owlets again.
Thanks, Liz. There was more good owlet action tonight.
You’re welcome, Tim!
A busy job, being a photographer. We appreciate your hard work!
Mama Owl is the one who has the busy job keeping the owlets fed. Thanks, Michele.
This is true! Mamas are busy! 💞
I love the pictures of owls! Such a pretty sky!
I really would like to see an owl. I love them
Thanks, Becky. The owls are really fun in person.
Oh my nature is simply generous in your neck of the wood
I think the Wordsman would I low me in this context – Tree Filligree,
🦉Mary and Paul on the Tangle Heart Tree🦉
And look how heartily the sky compliments you
Beautiful work of photography throughout
You are welcome Timothy
Stellar Timothy I also like the little fringe on the first image and your colour palettes ☺️👌sending joy hedy 💫
Wow, your photos are stunning Tim, truly gorgeous, all of them.
It was worth spending so much time on your pictures, the results are great Timothy !
Clouds like giant birds. What a sunset.
Amazing skies and lovely owl family-life – beautiful captures!
If it’s any consolation, your posts are my day highlight!!! 😉 I see two owlets. Wonderful shots, Tim and painter’s in a great mood too!!!
There were two owlets in the trees. Good eye, Marina. I’m happy the photos make your day. I was just giving viewers warning that a lot of the photos will be from the day before instead of just in time, same day delivery. Like Amazon Prime, I’m having to slip on delivery times due to the sun going to bed late. I can’t blame covid or shortages like Amazon and others. Thanks.
Your paradise images are timeless, Tim, so there really is no point in worrying about “late” delivery! 😉 Thank YOU!
There is a bit of “the same as it ever was” about it. You are welcome.
Just love the wowlets framed in the Tangle Heart Tree.
We spotted two of them in the photo. Shot three looks like the moon is in fact rocketing across the sky with the light colored cloud the vapor trail. Thanks for sharing your schedule, and more importantly sharing your magnificent photos! We really appreciate what it takes to get them taken and then ready for publishing.
Good eye. Two owls in the bosque. I’m so happy you noticed the moon looking like it was shooting across the sky. I thought the same thing. Like I mentioned to Marina, the sun going to bed late is making me slip on my Prime delivery. Thanks, Maj & Sher.
Paul already has a lethal set of talons there!
All three do. Now they need to learn to use them and give poor Mama a break. Thanks, Brian.
I think I found two in the photo.
Oh how I love seeing the owls and moon.
Thank you for all your hard work.
Happy June my friend!
Two owlets is right. You are welcome, Nancy. Thanks for dropping by.
…and the owl is fantastic as well!
love the lighting Tim. It takes so much time. Gorgeous! 💖
Wonderful pictures, thanks for sharing.
I wondered how you got it all done! I’m in awe day after day that you post so much fabulous!
In the winter it’s easier to do JIT photos. In the summer it stays light way too late. And it stays up much later where you are. Thanks, Dale.
Exactly! Oh really? I would have thought it would be similar…
Sun rises at 6 am, and sets at 8:19 pm today.
OK, our sunrise is at 5:05 and sunset at 8:40. So, I guess you are right! Who’d a thunk?
Sunset is extraordinarily beautiful in this post Tim, you never cease to amaze me. So much talent my friend. What a pleasure it is to visit. I haven’t been around as much lately. Very good reasons I assure you, but it is so nice to visit today. Your site always makes me think of just how wonderful God is to me. The beauty you capture with multiple talents is just amazing as is of course the nature you live there with your wife. Love to you both, Joni xoxoxoxo
I see 2 owlets!
Paul’s downy feathers are almost gone… but he still has some fluff.
Love the Season of the Owls, here in the bosque. That could be an in depth novel of mankind’s survival.
“The Season of the Owls” would make a good name for a novel. But I’m not writing it. They are still kind fuzzy headed. Thanks, Resa.
You are the owl photographer! Thanks so much for sharing them with us …
You are welcome, Julie.