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Owl | Eagle Owl Face - Our Birds - Turbary Woods

Owl | Eagle Owl Face - Our Birds - Turbary Woods

Finally Understand

Finally Understand

I like this picture because it fills the page and matches the theme of close up

I like this picture because it fills the page and matches the theme of close up

Stippling could be a good technique to use as it allows for strong tonal work whilst still keeping simplicity.

Stippling could be a good technique to use as it allows for strong tonal work whilst still keeping simplicity.

Rattan Basket Bags from Bali, Etsy

Best of Etsy: Rattan Basket Bags

Rattan Basket Bags from Bali, Etsy

The new Hubble photo of the pillars of creation is sharper than the original, and also has a wider field of view. It also reveals the base of the cold, gassy columns for the first time

Hubble’s greatest hits revealed

The new Hubble photo of the pillars of creation is sharper than the original, and also has a wider field of view. It also reveals the base of the cold, gassy columns for the first time

Exhibit A. [internal dialogue] Well, that just looks stupid. AS IF there's a royal-blue-and-orange raptor. This looks quite a lot like a Peregrine falcon. I wonder if the original picture will be easy to find... [searching] Dum-de-dum-de-dum... Ha! Got it! Next slide, please.

Exhibit A. [internal dialogue] Well, that just looks stupid. AS IF there's a royal-blue-and-orange raptor. This looks quite a lot like a Peregrine falcon. I wonder if the original picture will be easy to find... [searching] Dum-de-dum-de-dum... Ha! Got it! Next slide, please.

Thousands of starlings surround a lone bird of prey which had swooped down to pick off a straggler. "Starlings have a very particular way of defending themselves from their predators like falcons and harriers. They form a large tightly packed flock and mob their enemy, scaring it off, frequently expanding and contracting and changing shape."

Pictures of the day: 6 December 2010

Thousands of starlings surround a lone bird of prey which had swooped down to pick off a straggler. "Starlings have a very particular way of defending themselves from their predators like falcons and harriers. They form a large tightly packed flock and mob their enemy, scaring it off, frequently expanding and contracting and changing shape."

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