Observing And Appreciating

The first three pics were shot before sunrise at ISO 6400, shutter speed of 200 at F6.3 handheld. I was really surprised the photos came out usable. I found myself then and later in the day just wanting to observe. Appreciating the sweeping dives of the terns. The rolling fox kits in the grass like puppies playing. So thankful that I have been granted the time to see nature’s wonders …

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Today’s Flashback Photo “Common Yellowthroat”

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4 Responses to Observing And Appreciating

  1. Mary S. says:

    Never underestimate observing and appreciating. They are likely what make your posts particularly individual, distinct, and unique. MCS

  2. I don’t think I even have ISO 6400 on any of my cameras! The shots in the dark came out great though.
    I don’t think I’d want to be a mama fox. The poor thing must be worn out.

    • Grampy says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      The fox mama’s both look a little worn down. Some of it may be loosing winter coat. On a few shots were you can see their bellies the teats looked red and sore looking.

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