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The last time I saw clear skies and the sun was early fall 2007. *Sigh* Summer weather better show up soon.Thu, June 12, 2008 - 1:53 PM permalink - 0 comments
Cedar Wax Wing from CM 07. As I pack up my camera gear for CM 08 I am both excited and perplexed. Each year brings such wonderful distractions and odd occurrences that you really never know what camera gear you’ll need until your on site and can asses the surroundings. In most cases this would mean “bring it all”. However, with coffee camp and other gear/responsibilities there is simply a limit to how much camera gear I can bring. If I whittle my camera gear down too far I may miss out on shots like this. The 100-400L was unlikely to be useful at CM, but last year I brought it anyway, and it allowed me to capture these beautiful uncommon birds perched all the way across the river.Mon, May 26, 2008 - 10:50 AM permalink - 1 comment
Ah Summer, Finally, and just in time. For me spring/summer/fall/winter has nothing to do with a calendar. Instead it is a physicaly noticeable shift in the weather; critters don’t use wall calendars, or outlook. They just have the weather and their natural instincts to trigger them when its right to do this or that. Thus I work in a similar mind set, been rather sluggish during this past winter and even during some of the calendar spring. Now that the weather is truly shifting, I need to get back up and stretch a bit. It is time to shake off the winter hibernation practice of working on my gadgets indoors, and shift to summer mode... finally =)Mon, May 26, 2008 - 10:21 AM permalink - 0 comments
I went to Woodland Park on Sunday, when the sun broke out for a bit. I was hoping to find a few rabbits, but not one felt like making an appearance. However, the second I showed up at the rabbit rocks I got swarmed by squirrels looking for a hand out.Wed, January 16, 2008 - 2:18 PM permalink - 0 comments
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As some of you know I am as much a technophile as a photographer, equally happy behind a Soldering Iron or a Camera depending on my mood. I consider both art in there own ways,.. Since tribe does not allow two bogs, I am going to try to use this “text” field as a secondary blog one for the techno-dribble.