Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Wordless Wednesday- Tastes Like Chicken







Burp!!

22 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Great photo series.You certainly captured the moment.

KGMom said...

Super super photos--wow.
I am wordless too.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

I just found out about "Wordless Wednesday." ... but it makes sense too. In this case, through, the one word at the end makes the post.

And also the great photos!

NCmountainwoman said...

Hooty-Hoot! Great photos.

LauraHinNJ said...

really looks like he enjoyed it too!

Susan Gets Native said...

Okay. I want to know how they got their GHOW to eat in the daytime.
Because that is just cool...I wonder if Sylvester could be taught that?

Red said...

doesn't she look like the canary that ate the cat!?!

lol, good job Lynne, it looks like it moved awfully fast for that meat.

Jayne said...

Tee hee hee Lynne! Love the look on his face in that last photo!

Linda in Erie said...

That had to be quite exciting to watch! Great photos and really great when you enlarge them!

nina said...

The closeups you've gotten on all their faces are wonderful. (owl, peregrine,..) Something I forget when I see them soaring from such a distance.

Those eyes are awesome--

Shellmo said...

A very satisfied looking owl at the end - he is so darn handsome!

swamp4me said...

I'm pretty sure that in that last photo the owl is using mind control -- You will give me more!

Leedra said...

Great series, and love your captions. I agree, following the others the last one looks like "BURP!"

hellziggy said...

LOL! That last photo is awesome! Especially with your caption.

~other Sharon

Kathiesbirds said...

Amazing series here. Your final comment is what I was just thinking! Looks like I've missed out on a lot while I've been gone!

Bird Girl said...

That is a riot! He is one gorgeous owl!

RuthieJ said...

Those are such neat pictures Lynne! I love your caption at the end!

Corey said...

Cool!

Eve said...

So that's how that's done!!! Great shots Lynne!!!

Tina said...

Wow! What an amazing series of photos! Beautiful detail. I would love to see one of these creatures up close and in the wild! Thanks for sharing. Great choice of topic! :)

Mary said...

I don't know how I missed this!

I'm guessing the entire series took about .5 second?

Amazing, Linne!

Larry said...

Great photos!I'm going to e a copycat pretty soon because I just saw a falconry show.-that owl looks a litle bit like a friend of mine when the Gians were getting beat by the Browns.