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Thread: Indian scops owl

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    Default Indian scops owl

    CANON 60D, SIGMA 150-500 MM OS, SS. 1/250, ISO. 1000, F. 9. With flash,Full frame at Ranthambore N.P.
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    Deep in sleep . It is so well camouflaged with the tree branch, that is difficult to sight. I would have liked just a bit more space at the bottom. Thanks for sharing.

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    Some more contrast will be better.

    Since it is sleeping in daylight, a flash won't create much of problems. Else in the evening when the light is low its eyes get dilated and flashlights will harm it.

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    Owls are such natural camouflage experts.This one looks like an extension of the tree itself.Nice capture.Thanks for sharing

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    nice catch. Agree with comments above.
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