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Silly Camera

Autofocus is one of the greatest inventions in photography… letting the camera quickly do the tedious chore of adjusting the lens to bring the appropriate subject into crystal clear focus.  It’s absolutely necessary when taking photos of the swift and … Continue reading

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Fuzz Face

Though the weather is usually dreadful this time of the year, the winter actually has one key advantage when it comes to taking photos of our arboreal friends.  With the trees completely bare, the major visual obstruction to the highways … Continue reading

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Beam Me Up!

It’s a shame I haven’t been taking advantage of the unusually warm weather we’ve had this February to take more squirrel photos… but at least I have such a voluminous archive of shots from the past five years that I … Continue reading

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Focus…

One of the inconvenient annoyances of squirrel photography is the fact that if you want to take pictures of them in their natural arboreal habitat, you have to put up with a lot of intervening twigs and leaves that are … Continue reading

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It’s Magic

It just wouldn’t be the merry, merry month of May without a little music for you to tiptoe through the tulips to… so The Nest is here with another Monday ear-jamming edition of the Dusty Vinyl Archive!  Speaking of tulips, … Continue reading

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