Abstract / Animals / Birds / Bosque / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Great Horned owls / Planets / Rio Grande / Sandias / Sunset / Trees Jupiter In Trees October 20, 2022 Timothy Price50 Comments Rio Grande and Sandias at dusk. A silhouetted D-Wowl flies off into the sunset. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Beautiful and spooky
My pleasure Tim.
At night we barely see some stars due to the intense city lights 😦
I likes the D-Wowl silhouet 🙂
I have a lot of light polution from Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. But the brighter stars and planets shine through. Thanks, Rudi.
Quietly gorgeous in terms of the colors today.
I particularly like the owl series.
It ws really dark so backlighting was it for D-Wowl. Thanks, Liz.
The D-Wowl silhouette was my favorite out of the group.
He cuts a nice silhouette priofile.
Indeed he does!
I love that your bazooka can capture Jupiter like that! I would never see it otherwise, so thank you.
And love D-Wowl!
Actually the two wider views of Jipiter in the trees were taken with my 70-200mm lens. Thanks, Dale.
Hmmm… That is muy cool.
Very impressive shots of D-Wowl. And Jupiter is always impressive.
Thanks, Maj & Sher.
Jupiter really enjoys his leafy friends! Goodnight Daddy Owl!
Love each picture in different lighting and now I have one more reason to love fall with D-owl returning. Beautiful Tim❣️
You’re so welcome!!! ❤️
I enjoyed your sunset series, Tim. Good to see D-Wowl again, too.
Things cleared a bit overnight, and I saw the bright thin crescent moon. Becoming increasingly overcast again here this morning. It is forecast to start raining around noon.
It’s been clear with cold mornings and warm afternoons. Thanks, Lavinia.
All we have is a misting rain so far. I got out for a walk this afternoon.
Clear and sunny all day. It’s getting cold already.
Love the silhouette’s of Mr Owl, just be
Oooops…. Just before he flew away… My fingers got trigger happy.. 🙂 on the send button.. Have a good weekend Tim.. 🙂
You gotta watch those twitchy trigger fingers.
Lol you certainly have LOL
Just stunning, Tim. The light off the Sandia’s is out of this world, nearly as much as the Jupiter shots. Great work, as always.
Ooooh, Jupiter!!! How cool! Love how the foliage frames it. Also, the bird silhouettes are EPIC! Stunning photography!
That’s so cool Timothy. Love that. Thank you’
You are welcome, Holly.
Love the first shot, Tim! Is the water in the Rio Grande back up to normal levels?
I can’t remember ever seeing Jupiter in real life.
D-Owl…. nice! When will he be looking fora nest?
I don’t know on the nest. Water is fairly normal for this time of year after all the rain. Thanks, Resa.
The Sandias shot is divine … the hues are so warm. But my fav is D-Wowl!
More owl shots -hooray!