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24 October 2014

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Natalie

I found a couple of places it could have been, http://www.devonbirdofprey.co.uk/ or http://www.exmoorfalconry.co.uk/ Either way, obviously Muggle fronts for Wizarding Centres.

Helen

Wow---stunning owl!

Vicki in Michigan

How cool! Were they at the train station doing outreach, or something? I would totally love to have the chance to touch an owl.........

Thanks for sharing it with us.

Lisa, a.k.a. The Bold Soul

I'm convinced this owl is on his way to Hogwarts.

Jeanne

I too love owls and thanks for your pictures.

Owl you need is love.

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Marilyn

He is beautiful! How wonderful to have this encounter at the train station. A lovely serendipity.

jeanie

It's hard to describe what I mean but in that last one, the owl looks so real that he doesn't look real. His eyes are amazing! Those are stunning birds -- I'm so glad you had the opportunity to be this close to one.

Colette

When I saw the first photo, I thought it was a still from Harry Potter! Wonderful photos. xo

Mary H.

Such a magnificent creature!

Raquel

He is stunning--and he's got his eye trained on you and your camera. I'm not familiar with this owl--but I too love owls and have one on my fall mantel at the moment. I was fortunate once to get a close up of a beautiful Great Horned Owl in a tree as I was standing under him. Those eyes...

Ally Bean

Your photos are amazing. Love the little girl in the last one. Between her sartorial choices and the owl's feather pattern, there's a whole lot of energy going on there. Delightful.

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