By Rob Beschizza at 11:03 am Wed, Oct 7, 2009
Great Horned Owl = Win.
The caption for the image after the one shown above would be something along the lines, of “GTFO of mah box!!!!!!!”
a) That is an awesome shot.
b) My brain shouted “PHOTOSHOP” when I spotted this photo in the series. Stupid brain…
c) [off topic] I love all the little gray people in the comment section on the new redesign. Is anyone aware that bio-image upload is broken?
Error writing upload to ‘/var/www/boing-cgi/mt/mt-static/support/uploads/photo-of-me.jpg’
We know. Heads will roll!
That is fan-freaking-tastic!
Do I have to roll my own head, or will someone roll it for me?
You ruined it… it is supposed to be a cat…
This reminds me of my “Warning: box may contain cat” photo. Gus-Gus isn’t an owl, of course, so the coolness factor is lower. (Don’t tell her I said that.)
O RLY? Sorry, sorry.
@jere7my: Cats-in-boxes pictures are always cool.
The owls are not what they seem.
@gabrielm.b: Why? Because it’s feathered?
@David now I want to go watch Twin Peaks
But…but why is the owl in a box??
Oh. Durrr. I just read the article.
Odd punctuation. Did you run out of periods?
Great Horned Owls eat cats. We find cat guts and bits of fur pretty regularly in my neighborhood.
A horned owl it is, but great? That is yet to be seen… ;D
That is just the coolest picture. It really needs the LOLs treatment.
BOKS OWEL Is Watchen You Goof Off at Work
Cthulu is watching…
Heh… the last page I stumbled was the blog post this is from.
“it is not being box tiem. rly.”
Cardboard box? Luxury.
Angry owl is angry.
My favorite pic on this post was the one just below this one, where the owl is leaning back in the box and giving the photographer the crazy eyes:
Step 2: Put your owl in the box….
I agree. Owls have infinite possibilities for craZAY eyes.
ha! i’ve done that. the little barn owl was not terribly happy about it, but he needed to get checked out by our local raptor rehabilitators after bouncing off the hood of my car one night. our cats were reeeeally interested in whatever was in that box…
Hmm, I’ve just received an owl…by FedEx.
OMG, nightmare cat
What about this?
I was like, “Pfft, cat in a box,” but then I was all, “Neigh! Tis’ not a cat!”
No, not the cat!
where did I put my keys?
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