This is a pointer to this link to article about a Scops Owl that I wrote on our main site, about how we humans locate where sounds are coming from – and how owls have something extra to help them do that.
I have put these up around the web, so this is a bit of a catch-all collection.
The owl was shot with a Nikon D7000 with Nikon 70-300mm lens – what you can see here is a crop of about one fifth of the original full frame of the image.
The dog was shot with a Nikon D700 with 50mm lens, and again it is a crop of the full frame that shows the whole of the couch on which the dog is sitting.
The close up of the eye of the White Stork was from a photo I took with the D7000 and lens combination. It is a tiny proportion of the full frame and I played around with the sharpening to get this somewhat painterly effect.
This is a gallery collection using the ‘gallery’ shortcode in WordPress. Click on any of the images above to see it BIG.