Little Owl in the barn (2014)
Watching from outside the barns most evenings was very interesting, and I learnt a lot about their behaviour. I would often witness the young owls chasing each other around from barn to barn. I think it was about exploring their home and learning to fly. They would often fly through a small gap into one of the barns and out of another in the gable end just chasing each other. I set up a camera trap for this image with a 17mm lens pushed back up against the back wall and three flashes to illuminate the inside of the barn at night. Again, there is another of the young owls towards to bottom right of the image perched on one of the made up pheasant pens.
This image is only available as a limited edition giclée print measuring either 16"x24" or 20"x30".
- Jamie Hall
- Image Size
- 4172x2783 / 6.6MB
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