This evening a barred owl flies out of one tree into another. Since it was dusk, I pushed the ISO to 3200 on my camera to adjust for the dim lighting. The owl was hunting mice, rabbits and squirrels that were eating their last morsels of food before darkness set in. And I was hunting the owl to shoot a picture of it. I try not to disturb wildlife when taking photos; that us why I use telephoto lenses. Up on a tree branch with hanging Spanish moss was the owl. It turned its head, looked at me and I snapped a few quick photos, then retreated. To my delight when I downloaded the pictures on my computer, there was several great photos of the owl. Although I recently blogged about this magnificent owl, I thought I would share this new photograph with you.