Wildlife spotted: the most impressive pictures of owls 10/29/2016 • Adam Scott
Owls are beautiful and proud hunters. They are hard to be spotted but one photographer did it! Let's see these fascinating pictures.
Owls are some of the most royal and mysterious creatures in the woods. As practice shows, they are also brilliant models for wildlife photographers. Owl photos by Sompob Sasismit, a photographer in Bangkok, Thailand, show many differences between these night hunters.
Sasismit is a very successful photographer. He doesn’t just shoot owls – he also has a lot of other bird photography, mostly parrots. It’s quite difficult to take pictures of owls: they have a talent to be invisible in a forest. However, if a photographer succeeds, the results are very impressive!
Sasi says that patience is one of the most important skills when speaking about bird photography
Looking at these pictures you can see Sasi’s proficiency and passion
Photos by Sompob Sasismit:
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