This week Lisa of Our Eyes Open is asking us to share pictures of the same bird in color and mono. I have picked this owl that I photographed at the Alligator Wildlife Refuge in North Carolina. I love the feather markings which lend nicely to a monotone image.
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10 thoughts on “Bird Weekly – Birds in Color and Mono”
Aww..so sad, looks like something is wrong with one of its eyes….I love barred owls.
I love them too – this was my first photo of one!!
Very good. I now have quite a few photos of them, and still love every chance I get to see them.
Very nice Barred Owl shot! This bird would look good in any color. LOL! 🙂
Nice! The black & white shot really does bring out its markings. 😊
I like how you frame it in B&W. It is almost like it is camouflaged.
Thanks Geri !