Tiny Owl Hiding From Rain Under A Mushroom, Photographed

If you look around enough, you will notice that nature around us has so much to offer us! From the scariest stuff, to mind blowing things, to the cutest stuff that you will surely fall in love with! And, you will be lucky if you have a camera or a mobile phone with you at such a moment when you notice something incredible by nature. Who would not want to capture a moment in nature that they find amazing, beautiful or scary, just as much as they enjoy it?

Well, one person captured on her camera one such moment in nature that she found to be cute. And the moment it was published, it went viral because it really was too cute to bear!

The photographer is Tanja Brandt and the photograph is a really cute little owl finding shelter under a tiny mushroom during rain!

owl under mushroom

Read the behind the scenes of the photograph from the photographer herself!

“Poldi, our little owl is 1,5 years old. I got him when he was five months old. He didn’t want to come out of his egg and he was very small, the smallest. His six sisters were all hatched, and as he was the last to be born, days after the others, he was very small. I also have a Harris Hawk named Phönix, a Weissgesichtseule named Gandalf, and a snow owl named Uschi”.

owl under mushroom

Tanja says that she thinks her animals loves to be photographed. The reason she says is as follows:

“Because I am always outside with my camera and with my animals. So we get to walk together, have fun, go on adventures, have little breaks… We take some pictures and after the animals can play again as we keep going. I know my animals very well and I can see their state of mind. If I go out with just one of my animals, the other gets antsy and wants to be with us. We have a lot of fun together.”

owl under mushroom

It’s lovely to see this close connection with Tanja and her animals. In the end, it resulted in a lovely photograph that made people around the world happy!

Image Credit & More Info: ingoundelse.de | tier-collagen.de | Tanja Brandt


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