For the last week, I have procured access to a car. This is great, because it gives me the ability to do things other than watch the same flowers grow on the same streets.
One of the places I visited was Hawk Mountain, which I hope to return to later, both as a topic for this blog, and as a place I physically go to.
The highlight of my visit on this Wednesday morning was no bird of prey (alas!), but instead some deer munching on greenery, who were far less spooked by the presence of myself and fellow hikers than I would normally expect.
So, with three or so deer to point my camera at, and a killer telephoto lens (with suboptimal forest lighting) how did I do?
Just competent enough, I think. :)
Oh, and here's the EXIF data.
|Photo of the Week: EXIF DATA|
|Time Stamp||Wednesday, September 09 2020|
I love this 75-300 lens, but it was a bit of a struggle to handhold.
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