editing in the smoke.

I am very sensitive to smoke they cause me to have fungus infections in my ears which has destroyed my hearing. My voice

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It’s too dark out.

I will make a decision whether to go all the way to ISO 100. Which at that time I will gladly do because there are two benefits for a lower setting. The first is it affords more detail and two the background noise will be a none issue. In fact the static doesn’t become noticeable until I am above 800 which is easily repaired in the editor.

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On manual mode.

The new cameras do everything from cataloging all photographs to taking documentary suitable videos. It is absolutely essential to know every detail of a camera for it be an asset versus a chore. It truly is a lot of fun.

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Squirrel in the mid day sun; it’s Veterans Day.

November 11. On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month WWI ended. Thanks to all of my fellow Veterans who answered a call larger than themselves. Thank you freedom is not free, if you ever dought it come down to any Veterans Hospital and talk to the guys who paid for it.

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a bit on cropping

Those lines when situated correctly directs our eyes to the subject from the camera. That’s why when I’m taking pictures the fences, roads, and pathways are taken into consideration.

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I caught up with the Otters

I hadn’t seen the Otters since this past winter while they were on a fishing expedition. Here they are three youngsters and their Mother, they have made an old dock home.

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Plenty of Rabbits

I find it interesting Rabbits are unable to look upwards, they don’t see the incoming birds until the last second. What saves them I believe is their lightening fast reflexes.

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Canadian Geese

Wildfire smoke still fills the air which has Chased the animals to better air without the fear of fire. They will return when the air clears, maybe after November 3rd.

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Curious Emu’s

Emu’s across the road seem to be content in the tall grass. I suspect the Rancher raises them to protect his domestic livestock from the Coyote.

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