Winter's watchman by Mundy Hackett


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Barred owl, wild, watching over the woods below for any sign of activity which might mean a meal for this silent denizen of the trees.


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  • Torfinn
    Torfinnalmost 7 years ago

    Wonderful colours, composition, details, and DOF. Well done!

  • Kimberly Palmer
    Kimberly Palmeralmost 7 years ago

    Gorgeous feather detail, love the pose. Awesome owl shot!

  • jesika
    jesikaalmost 7 years ago

    he’s so very gorgeous. Lovely shot.

  • booboo
    boobooalmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful shot Meach love it

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragheralmost 7 years ago
  • David Meacham
    David Meachamalmost 7 years ago

    Booboo seems to have confused us – I’d like to think that’s because my work comes somewhere near your standards but it’s more likely that our avatars are very similar!
    Anyway this is a fantastic shot of a beautiful bird.

  • Grigri
    Grigrialmost 7 years ago

    Absolutely awesome shot!!!! Great stuff

  • Sharon Bishop
    Sharon Bishopalmost 7 years ago

    Wow..he is so colour co-ordinated with the background. The dof is perfect.

  • Mundy Hackett
    Mundy Hackettalmost 7 years ago

    No worries Meach, i think one thing I am quickly learning here at Redbubble is that on any given day, any artist can be an inspiration to any other artists, certainly myself included. We can all learn from each other, and aspire to be excellent in our craft. Thank you for the compliment, although I feel it is too esteemed to be placed upon me. I will say, that many times the animals have the hard part of the job (and this can be interpreted in many different ways). All the same, thank you again.

  • cdwork
    cdworkalmost 7 years ago

    Owls are superb to see- this ones no exception- Beautiful image

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