A Slower Pace

Yesterday things moved at a slower pace. Me included. Clouds in the morning gave way to sunshine and warm temps. The frogs still working in the shallows of Duncan Lake. It still does not feel like fall. Monarch butterflies migrating south that had been a steady stream yesterday, as many as I have ever witnessed slowed to a trickle. The eagle action hot and heavy for an hour and a half the afternoon before never developed. One pair did arrive late and bathed together. I don’t mind living at a slower pace. In fact it suits me just fine….

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5 Responses to A Slower Pace

  1. Larry Patterson says:

    Jim, More great eagle pics! How do you stop down in manual mode with 7d mark11?

    • Jim says:

      Larry Patterson,
      I call it that but what I mean is on the light meter scale on the right side that is vertical bring it down one to one and a third below center.

  2. If it wasn’t for the colorful foliage it wouldn’t feel like fall here either. It was so humid here today I had to quit.
    Great shots of the frogs and the eagles!
    That sunrise makes it look like you were at the ocean.

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      It won’t be long till old man winter will be here. Rain coming for us today and tomorrow, then we are supposed to cool down. Thank You. The wide angle lens gives that impression when I get down low.

  3. Larry Patterson says:

    THANKS

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