tasks in the wind.

I’m satisfied doin’ what I’m doin’ with zero pressure and not stressing about selling “stuff”. In the meantime I will continue educating myself about the Photoshop suite of applications and taking photographs when the critters are ready.

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Anyhow this is the way things are.

I don’t suspect the critters will be out and about tomorrow due to the heat. I really wonder if they are sensitive to the high and low pressure that moves in from the ocean. I think I’ll start a line graph comparing their absence with the barometric pressure. Sounds exciting doesn’t it, well that’s the kind of crazy stuff I do, after all I have Excel and know how to use it.

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I used the wrong word.

It’s an intermittent issue, suddenly it will slow from high speed to low speed and stay there for a few days. Of course it wasn’t doing it when he arrived, but there is always a silver lining isn’t there?

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a new editor; big learning curve

Perhaps a bit more yellow should have been taken out of the image, but at the time I was concerned I may have taken out the defining factor. On the other hand it may be a photo that I need to keep studying before sending it to Photoshop for a butchering there.

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Seagulls; today

I decided to post a few images of Seagulls today I have not posted any of them prior to this blog. It’s good to have a fairly large archive to look through comparing camera settings used on the best images. Too large of an archive with no organization can be a time sink or a searching nightmare.

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Hawks, light and wind

This particular Hawk is a creature of habit, each morning between 7-8 am he flies the far levee. If I’m on the levee prior to that time frame I will most likely see him. The Sun hitting the bird from this angle really pays off for photography.

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birds, composition and wildfires

It is terribly dry this year, when it gets like this the atmosphere sucks moisture out of the air and fauna. The entire state is now golden brown setting up to be a tinder box. However I have noticed that a number of arsonist have been arrested already this year. I wonder if the wild fire season was called early to prompt them to set out into the woods with

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