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Monday, December 15, 2014
Brrrr.... It's cold out today. It feels like it's going to snow but it's just not quite cold enough yet. I really want to get out and do some bird photography but the breaks in the rain just aren't long enough. Today I photographed a plastic snowflake. It looks pretty cool but my indoor creativity is starting to hit the wall. I'll need to research some things on the internet to photograph over this next rainy week. The dog went insane at three a.m.last night. Momma bear and her two cubs came by and raided my bird feeder which only holds about two cups of bird seed. The two cubs were bawling away. I swear it sounds like a cow is being killed with the sound that they make. Before they become a big problem I've decided I need to take the bird feeder in now every night. Better to do that than have them shot for being problem bears. God's blessings and have a wonderful day, chris Images created with a Canon 7D and a Canon 28-105 lens and two Alien Bee 1600 Studio lights with large soft boxes attached. Camera was set to ISO 100 F16.0 at 1/160th of a sec.
Posted by Christhephotog at 1:40 PM
Labels: Alien Bee 1600, Canon 7D, Canon rain, snow, snowflake, softbox
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Awww smart thinking Chris in bringing in the bird feed to save the bears. =0)ReplyDelete
Thank you Marie Flutterby.ReplyDelete