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40 degrees? That's too hot!
It's been hot for the past few days. This youngster was trying to keep cool by spreading its wings.
Habitat
Suburban garden
Location
Claremont, Western Australia
Date taken
31/01/2024
Scientific name
Ninox boobook
Equipment used
Olympus OM-1, Panasonic-Leica 100-400mm, handheld
Opus Editor
Supporter
A cracker of a shot of this fabulous owl ... wonderful expression and behavior ... great work, David ... tfs ...
 
Opus Editor
We've not had 40 degrees yet this year thank goodness. Lovely image, David.
 

Media information

Category
Asia, Australia & Pacific Islands
Added by
davidfree
Date added
View count
118
Comment count
4

Image metadata

Device
OM Digital Solutions OM-1
Aperture
ƒ/5.1
Exposure time
1/2500 second(s)
ISO
12800
Flash
Off, did not fire
Filename
Boobook_P1319751c.jpg
File size
1.8 MB
Date taken
Wed, 31 January 2024 3:35 PM
Dimensions
1600px x 1200px

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