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Old Friday 9th January 2009, 19:03   #1
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Great Gray Owl - An HD Presentation

I've put together a short (2 minutes plus) HD Video on Great Gray Owl I invite you to take a look at.

Great Gray Owl

For those interested in details, it was done by cropping a series of stills to HD size (1440X1080px) and rendering them in a video editor. Music and sound effects were added. Its an interesting result, which stands up to full screen on my 48" television.

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Great presentation - music works well with slides.
looks like you have a fab year for photos of the owls - I would be happy if I could just get one shot like those!
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Very nice presentation Harold - thanks for sharing.
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looks like you have a fab year for photos of the owls - I would be happy if I could just get one shot like those!
Those were from 2005 but it has been a great year for Owls. I saw a Boreal (Tengmalm's), the first I've seen in ten years.

Makes up a bit for the awful weather we've had.

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Very nice presentation Harold - thanks for sharing.

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