Photographer Captures A Perfect Shot Of A Cute Barn Owl In The Middle Of The Run

Have you ever heard about barn owl photography? Here’s an amazing moment where a baby barn owl was captured while crossing a grass lawn. 

This unusual photo was a perfect shot by the 63-year-old Dutch photographer, Hannie Heere.

Usually, the barn owlets start flapping their wings as soon as they pass 7 weeks. They start making short flights once they start their 8th week. Then, how do they get around before flapping the wings? Exactly! They use their legs.

Similarly, this particular baby owl too has decided to start getting around running and this scene had been perfectly shot in the camera by talented Hannie Heere. 

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“It was when I was laying on the ground, I saw this brave young bird start running across the lawn,” said Heere to PetaPixel. “This young bird did not fly, yet was not afraid. I managed to get the pictures about 5-6 meters away from it.”

It didn’t get much time to receive loads of love and fame on social media once this picture was published online.

“I was extremely surprised [at how popular the photo has been],” Heere said.

Isn’t this picture of the snowy white owl quite eye-catching and adorable? It should be appreciated indeed. Make sure to check more on Heere on her Facebook. Happy trails until we meet again!

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