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Thread: Check this out - Eagle Owl flying at camera - 1000 fps

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    The title says it all!

    An amazing video of an Eagle Owl flying at the camera slowed way down to 1000 fps.


    I seriously wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of those talons!

    Tom (... watch the birdie!)

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    Cool video Tom. I take it that you didn't shoot it?





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 273569
    I take it that you didn't shoot it?
    No, not me John. It's just one that got passed to my DW this morning and she in turn passed it on to me.
    When I saw it I felt I should share it with all of you here.

    Tom (... says the owl, "Oh, look. Lunch!")

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    I absolutely love owls! They are the reason I go to the bird show in AK.

    That was an absolutely incredible video! Amazing! Thank you for sharing it.

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    That was SCARY!!!!






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    beautiful - the intensity of his gaze is just stunning !

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    Thank you for sharing this it's beautiful. My dad used to breed owls so this is lovely to see.
    Sam x


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    wow, thats quite something! found it a bit scarey aswell though



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