Approximately every five years an eruption of snowy owls makes its way down from the Arctic, where they breed, to the Pacific Northwest of North America, and congregates in areas like Delta, British Columbia. Connor captured this owl head-on as it was shaking off its feathers on a rainy winter day.
Canon EOS 1D Mark IV + Canon 500mm f4 lens + 1.4x teleconverter; 1/400 sec at f7.1; ISO 800; Gitzo tripod.
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