Majestic Molly

November 30, 2011

Here is one of the most majestic photos that I have taken of Molly. I said we would offer it as a Large Framed Print, so here it is. It becomes even more special when you think that in the wild, barn owls only survive on average about 20 months. Molly and McGee have passed that 20 month time period. We also wanted to get it to you when CafePress was having a sale. You can take 15% OFF on orders over $45 thru 12/1. Use code ADEC1145 at check out.

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 All the best,

Carlos, Donna and Austin

13 Responses to “Majestic Molly”

  1. BugGirl Says:

    It certainly is a beautiful picture of Molly. But Carlos, she laid her first clutch of eggs something like 22 months ago, and she would have had to be at least around 10 months old or so then, wouldn’t she?


    • carlosroyal Says:

      You are right. I was only counting the time they have been with us. We can only guess as to their actual age.

  2. kitty Says:

    People,,,,,,,animals,,,,,,,,,even sometimes CARS,,,,,,,,last longer,,,,,,with care and love… Molly and McGee had followers and a strong bunch of worldwide love keeping up with their antics.
    YES! Tis a loverly picture cOWLos,,,,,,,,thanks for sharing.


  3. VSue Says:

    She certainly is lovely.

    I love all of Molly photos, and McGee, and Austin, and Ashley, and well…I just love all of the owl photos!

    Another photo item to add to my wish list for sure.

  4. Colleen Poor Says:

    Great picture Carlos! Molly is a very good subject for your talents. Hope you and yours had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

  5. moniq50 Says:

    Molly is truly a beauty, and another item on my Christmas wish.
    Thank you Carlos, Donna and Austin for capturing her beauty!!
    All the best to the Royal family!!

  6. OUBobcat (barb) Says:

    Carlos don’t you think she would be around 3 years old now?. Have you seen her recently? She’s certainly a very beautiful owl and you really “captured” her wonderfully. Best of luck with the winds out there the next few days (it might bring you some owl visitors).

    • carlosroyal Says:

      Yes, I think around 3 years is a good guess. I have said many times that I thought Molly and McGee’s first clutch in the Owl Box was their first clutch.

  7. carlosroyal Says:

    I would also like to point out how much more mature Molly looks today as compared to when she first showed up. Back then she looked like a baby, in fact, Donna and I first thought she was a baby owlet until McGee showed up.

  8. PegRod Says:

    Memory Lane
    Molly and McGee
    Second Clutch

    December 1, 2010 – Molly and McGee Update

    When you click on this link, the first photo you will see is of a most fragrant and enticing native flower of Hawaii – white and pink wild plumeria (my favorite!). Guess where Carlos and Donna Royal were during these Howlidays last year!

    A photo of a MODs’ Molly and McGee Christmas tree follows. I hope that Chris Adams posts the free paper ornament pdf on the Official Molly the Owl Cafe Press site again this year!

    Carlos posted this blog entry from some where in Hawaii last year – isn’t technology great! Let’s see, was it the Big Island (also known as Hawaii), Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, or Maui?

    He reports on the status of the “then new” publications and DVD!

    “Gee this is fun, and we are a part of it!” A gift that keeps on giving (hearts and hugs).

  9. PegRod Says:

    New England Cousin Tauntz Tribute

    MODs are a talented bunch of creative and kind people. I think you will all enjoy this article “My friend, the rabbit” by MOD elsalynda!

    Carlos and Donna, have you spotted Tauntz recently (or the tauntzlettes)?

  10. CAequuslvr Says:

    Carlos, you have made many MODs very happy by offering this truly beautiful picture of Molly on Cafe Press. I too was thinking that M&M are much older than 20 months. It is just so wonderful to have been a part of something so special for this time and hope for it to keep continuing.
    I totally agree: “Gee this is fun, and we are a part of it!” A gift that keeps on giving (hearts and hugs).

  11. PegRod Says:

    “The Most Famous Picture of Molly” is found on the blog in this link. That screenshot was taken by Donna Royal.

    Now we have “Majestic Molly” another most famous photograph taken by Carlos Royal! Stunning.

    I know people who have a wall or staircase devoted to family and children. Usually you walk from Left to Right in a hallway, or Up and Down a staircase, and you can follow a family’s growth throughout the decades, from “youngun’s” to early marriage and grandchildren, etc. I can imagine this early photo of Molly and her egglets next to “Majestic Molly” where you can really notice the beauty of aging (and wisdom in that gorgeous face).

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