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Wednesday, December 11, 2013


Sometimes there is no need for words.

You just notice a glow,
look up,
and enjoy the beauty that surrounds...






And other times you are called to catch the view.

Like when your hubby takes the pup outside,
and he calls back in the house for you to come quickly!

Do you see what I see?



At the end of the porch,
and up in the tree...



A hoot owl.
Only he hasn't been doing any hooting.

This view from the other side of the tree, can you see him?



It is cloudy, damp, and dark outside so my camera isn't capturing him very well, 
but I keep snapping and zoom in...






He's like, seriously...what is this crazy woman doing?!



Evidently he wasn't too worried about me.
He quickly grew tired and took to napping...





He's been perched there for several days now, he just changes limbs from time to time.
It is still cloudy, damp, and dark outside.
Maybe things will clear up soon so I can try for better pics...if he's still around!

Our porch and the trees around it attract nature, check out


AND


Blessings,
Cindy

Hop on over for AMAZE ME MONDAY!
AMAZE ME MONDAY

Gone to party...
WOW US WEDNESDAY
MET MONDAY

23 comments:

  1. Oh wow...he is BEAUTIFUL! And I know what you mean about those skies...no words needed. Those are some of my favorite moments :)

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  2. What a great capture!! He is magnificent!! :)

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  3. Oh WOW, Cindy! The hoot owl photos are amazing! Lucky you!

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  4. Omg he's so cute. Wish he was in my tree!

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  5. Hi Cindy,

    I like the theme here today:) What a great shot of the owl! It's fun to live in a spot where you see the wild life ..and I know how much you enjoy and appreciate it. We get lots too and every time I see something I feel fortunate. Hope you are enjoying the festivities of the season.

    xxleslie

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  6. This post is a thrill for me. We have an owl that lives in the woods behind our home, but I have yet captured photos good enough to share. Yours are stunning.

    Thank you for visiting day one of my holiday home tour. I invite you to come back for day two.♥

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  7. Hi Cindy,
    Wow, you captured some great shots, what a beautiful sky and I thought your zooms on Mr. Owl were phenomenal. Have never seen a real hoot
    owl up that close and personal..........So neat! Maybe he was playing possum hoping you would not bother him! lol
    I know you get a kick out of all these critters that come to visit just like I do, and God's glory shines all around us, just like in that beautiful sky
    scene, love the look thru the trees, great photography my friend, Hope you are doing well..........I am still getting caught up but getting closer to
    being done all the time. Enjoying the season too, not stressing and killing myself that is for sure! lol

    Blessings to you and yours for a Lovely Christmas Season,
    Nellie

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  8. Cindy-Beautiful pictures of the owl and your sky. That is amazing that he just hangs out there. I think that is associated with good luck to have one on your property- xo Diana

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  9. Oh, I just love hoot owls! How lucky you were to have one so near by your house. Their hoots are just so beautiful to listen to aren't they?
    Thanks for sharing him with us Cindy!
    Gina

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  10. Oh my! If an owl had visited our property, I would have been ecstatic! I have always loved owls, ever since my brother and I had several baby owls when we were kids.

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  11. Cindy...he's gorgeous! You got some great shots. He/she must have a nearby nest. I saw one flying once in Michigan, I thought they only did that at night. I was in awe!

    XO,
    Jane

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  12. Cindy,
    Love the picture of the beautiful sky, but I must say the pictures of that gorgeous owl are wonderful! What a majestic creature owls are! I hope he sticks around awhile longer for you to enjoy! Thanks for sharing!

    Pat

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  13. Coming from a nature photographer, WHAT A FIND.

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  14. The owl probably got attracted to all your beautiful lights Cindy! Yes, it's nice to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us and it's even better to capture them and share them with us, like what you did!

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  15. Your pictures are amazing Cindy. I can't believe he wasn't afraid.

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  16. Wow! That is so cool! He's gorgeous :)
    Susan

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  17. Looks like he has had enough of your camera and has gone to sleep.
    Love that lamp.

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  18. I'm an animal observer also! I love owls. I've seen so many amazing creatures just watching out my kitchen window. Beautiful pictures! Have a great weekend. ~Sonya

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  19. Aren't you lucky to get to capture this magnificent creature with your camera? I've only seen an owl once from my yard but I hear one hooting frequently.

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  20. That's really wonderful! I have never spotted one at my place, but I have to believe they are here. He's a beauty! Love his markings. You got some great shots!

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