Grounded by Mother Nature.

I’m flattered people don’t think of my disabilities first then me, it’s quite the opposite. People are surprised when I tell them I am unable to walk further than 20 feet with a walker. I need help with my table saw cutting stuff to size, I simply cannot handle it alone.

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still learning after all these years.

I use Aperture priority with single point focus, which is recommended by both demonstrators. I had discovered the pros and coms of each mode over the past year, finally settling on that common opinion.

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Opportunity knocks; the door creaks open.

I have one picture on display at a State Park visitors center near me, all I did was read the rules, conform to them and my Picture was accepted. I am one of about 100, no others from our Island which is disappointing as there are several photographers here that are very talented.

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overcast and dark.

The high pressure area formed over the top of California, Nevada, Utah and several other States. When that happens I have extreme Arthritis and Lupus flair’s. This past one was severe my left leg collapsed reducing it impossible for me to walk my normal 10 steps.

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still underexposed in the mid-day sun.

Once again I have discovered with it on close ups within 50 feet aren’t too terribly bad. But when I go beyond that further out I go the blurrier the image is, it will not focus correctly. I’m taking

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I recomend using a tri-pod

I have recently been looking at Gimbles which would allow more movement in all directions. I have envisioned how it would make a difference for me and I have not come up with on yet. I suppose if I were to purchase one for under $100.00 it would give me the chance to find out if it would help.

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what happened

I have visions of pictures being deleted by the tens of thousands until I just stop trying to take low light photographs.

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wind

I was hoping to get a chance to catch an image of the new borns in her nest. Disappearing into the nest I didn’t see her again.

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