Interior Design Magazines will share with you, as usual, the National Geographic‘s photo of the day. Why? Because National Geographic has the most fantastic pictures of the world. Every single day, the magazine reveals one astonishing photo about people, nature, animals, breathtaking views…the subjects are different but still, National Geographic has the best photos you will ever find. Keep in touch…
National Geographic’s photo of the day: 9th April – Interior Design Magazines
A great gray owl sweeps its wing in Yellowstone National Park in this picture from Your Shot member Henrik Nilsson. “The owl was being harassed by a raven,” Nilsson says. “If you look closely, you can see part of the nictitating membrane in the owl’s left eye.”
Nilsson, who visits Yellowstone at least once a year, had been driving one morning toward the Lamar Valley to look for wolves when he came across the owl in a small meadow. “It was sitting on top of one of the conifers—presumably looking for breakfast. At one point, it relocated to an old, dead tree, and moments later, a raven joined it and commenced with quite the show. I suspect it had a nest nearby and was attempting to distract the owl away.”
Nilsson’s picture was recently featured in the Your Shot Daily Dozen.
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Yellowstone park photos – Great grey owl picture – “Raven Mad”