This jazz hands owl didn’t forget his FEATHER boa, providing a photographer the razzle-dazzle with a flamboyant performance.
Snapper Ian Howells captured the tawny owl from a hide he had constructed near his home in Upper Cwmbran, Wales.
The 38-year-old man from Virginia leaves food out for the animals to photograph the birds every day, and he was treated to a Broadway-level performance.
I took this shot from my own hide, which I set up two years ago. The owls visit it every evening.
“The picture turned out wonderfully; it appears to be the owl performing jazz hands. “You can never tell where the owl will come from; it could be from the right or left.”