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What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU"

 
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Apr 13, 2020 12:40 |  #1576

Does anyone else use an assistant?

Here's 'Gizmo', helping me on a 'macro' stake-out this afternoon in the garden.....

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Apr 13, 2020 12:48 |  #1577

"Hey, Al, Have You Seen Any Humans Around Lately?"


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Apr 15, 2020 07:48 |  #1578

Any Scarface movie fans here"?


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Apr 19, 2020 20:06 |  #1579

One of my favorite ways to record wildlife is with my Browning Trail Cameras. Check out this Black Bear in Vermont as he sits on his haunches in front of my camera. This video is just over 4 minutes long. Screen shot from the video. Heres the video https://vimeo.com/4096​02216 (external link)


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Apr 20, 2020 01:41 |  #1580

From the Tarcoles River in Costa Rica.....packed with crocs. A storm the day before send the mud into the water making it a great camouflage for these guys. Then they would crawl up on the bank for a nap in the sun


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Apr 21, 2020 05:54 |  #1581

SJC from VT wrote in post #19049609 (external link)
One of my favorite ways to record wildlife is with my Browning Trail Cameras. Check out this Black Bear in Vermont as he sits on his haunches in front of my camera. This video is just over 4 minutes long. Screen shot from the video. Heres the video https://vimeo.com/4096​02216 (external link)

awesome
What a magnificent animal.
I'm not sure I would want to spend a night out in the bush with those about.
That trail camera certainly records very well.
Thanks for posting



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Apr 21, 2020 14:44 |  #1582

Hwange National Park - Zambia (2013)


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Apr 22, 2020 13:40 |  #1583

SJC from VT wrote in post #19049609 (external link)
One of my favorite ways to record wildlife is with my Browning Trail Cameras. Check out this Black Bear in Vermont as he sits on his haunches in front of my camera. This video is just over 4 minutes long. Screen shot from the video. Heres the video https://vimeo.com/4096​02216 (external link)
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I enjoy bear pictures.
Retrieved a trail cam yesterday, had over 1000 pictures of swaying branches. Probably won’t post any...




  
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Apr 22, 2020 19:08 |  #1584

With everyone quarantined and inside, the animals are betting bolder.

I saw this beast outside my window last week


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That's no ordinary rabbit! That's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on!


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Apr 22, 2020 19:31 |  #1585

Capn Jack wrote in post #19051368 (external link)
That's no ordinary rabbit! That's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on!

If it's a rodent, it's not a rabbit at all. Rabbits are lagomorphs. Please excuse my pedantry.


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Apr 22, 2020 19:50 |  #1586

OhLook wrote in post #19051378 (external link)
If it's a rodent, it's not a rabbit at all. Rabbits are lagomorphs. Please excuse my pedantry.

You are correct, but it's a movie quote.;-)a




  
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Apr 22, 2020 21:30 |  #1587

Capn Jack wrote in post #19051388 (external link)
You are correct, but it's a movie quote.;-)a

Then please excuse my ignorance as well.


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Apr 22, 2020 21:44 |  #1588

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OhLook wrote in post #19051378 (external link)
If it's a rodent, it's not a rabbit at all. Rabbits are lagomorphs. Please excuse my pedantry.

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Capn Jack wrote in post #19051388 (external link)
You are correct, but it's a movie quote.;-)a

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Oh Look, here is a link to an excerpt of the scene that Jack quoted from:

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Even though this movie is 45 years old, I hear more quotes from the Holy Grail on an everyday basis than I do for all other movies combined. . It has to be the most quoted movie in history!


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Apr 22, 2020 21:55 as a reply to  @ Tom Reichner's post |  #1589

Thanks Tom
I laughed so much, I soiled my armor.


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Apr 23, 2020 13:36 |  #1590

Teton wrote in post #19051223 (external link)
I enjoy bear pictures.
Retrieved a trail cam yesterday, had over 1000 pictures of swaying branches. Probably won’t post any...

Did you watch my video that was posted with the picture? I've gotten a lot of videos lately of swaying branches, so I feel your pain!


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