|18th of October 2005 (Tue)||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Near Buffalo Natl. River in Arkansas
Darn fences, but its the only way to keep
the cows in the pasture. This 8 point whitetail buck bedded down about 75 yards from my house, and I took these when he woke from his nap about 2 1/2 hours later. I was shooting out the window of my den, and the sun was bright, with terrible shadows etc. But he made a pretty site, if not a pretty picture. There are actually two fences between me and him, so the shot is very busy. Sorry.
(The second the shutter clicks, your pictures are "HISTORY")
Canon 20D, 18-55 kit lens, 75-300 Canon lens
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM Cheap (relatively speaking) 420-800mm lens Canon 70-300 IS. Phoenix D92-BZS wireless slave flash.
Long list of "wants"!!
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