The Beauty of Owls Captured by Thai Photographer Sasi Smith

The Beauty of Owls Captured by Thai Photographer Sasi Smith

In my previous article, I shared touching photographs by Tani Brandt showcasing the friendship between the owl Poldi and the dog Ingo. If you haven’t seen them yet, I recommend taking a look. Today, I want to show you stunning images of owls captured by Thai photographer Sasi Smith from Bangkok.

Owls are among the most regal, mysterious, and graceful inhabitants of the forest. They have always been a captivating subject for wildlife photographers. Once again, we can appreciate their photogenic nature through Sasi Smith’s photographs. He has captured the various facets of these fierce and silent nocturnal hunters.

Owls are challenging to photograph due to their mastery of camouflage and their skittish nature. That’s why these magnificent photographs taken in the wild truly command respect.

Sasi Smith primarily specializes in capturing vibrant parrots, which are abundant in his region. However, his collection of bird portraits also includes owls. There are approximately 200 species of owls in the world, and Sasi Smith’s photographs feature some rarely encountered birds.

Sasi Smith’s work is undeniably captivating, whether it’s an ordinary barn owl perched proudly on a branch or recently hatched chicks hiding in a tree cavity.

Owls, known worldwide as symbols of wisdom, have never looked as adorable as they do here. These owls showcase their magnificence in every way. Birds are incredibly expressive! Did you enjoy Sasi Smith’s photographs?


Nhat Dang