PESO - A Tasty Morsel

P. J. Alling webstertwentysix at gmail.com
Mon Jul 19 08:29:59 EDT 2010


  
>   I like beavers but I've never seen a real one up close ;-)

Mark!

(I worked very hard to not phrase my response to look anything like this...)




On 7/18/2010 11:59 PM, Rob Studdert wrote:
> On 18/07/2010, frank theriault<knarftheriault at gmail.com>  wrote:
>    
>> I won't go into the long story, but suffice to say that I was
>> following a family of swans (two adults and three or four cygnets)
>> along a bank when they went into a quiet corner of an inlet. Then I
>> saw first one, then two beavers.  After some time (and many shots) the
>> swans and one of the beavers left, and this fellow let me get closer
>> and closer.  I'd quietly take a step, stop, take several photos, then
>> take another step until I got to within maybe ten feet.
>>
>> I have lots of photos to go through, but this stands out as one of the
>> better ones:
>>
>> http://knarfdummyblog.blogspot.com/2010/07/tasty-morsel.html
>>
>> *ist D, Sigma 50-200mm f3.5 zoom, Manfrotto monopod.
>>
>> Hope you enjoy.  Comments welcome.
>>      
> You're scarin' me Frank, did you come off your bike?
>
> Seriously there's some great colour stuff coming from you these days,
> this nature stuff is quite a different tack and you're doing very
> nicely. I like beavers but I've never seen a real one up close ;-)
>
> Cheers,
>
>    


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