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This white-tail buck had been walking around on the property for the last two years. This summer day he was within 12 feet from the living room window and had been eating a moment before this image was created. I had my camera ready and quickly grabbed this photo before he walked off. Unfortunately, I learned two weeks ago the buck had been hit and killed on the highway that borders the property.
For me, it's not so much that the wildlife posed, as that my finger hit the shutter on a lucky moment (out of 500 moments which lacked such luck ;) Another great aid to shooting wildlife without scaring them away - a great optical zoom (my Sony HX300 has a 50 power Carl Zeiss lense). My squirrel face shot was taken from 30 yards away with me on opposite sides of the road from my lil' subject.
I went to Africa and took some great photos. They sat in a book for ten years. Every day people just dont seem interested. I discovered how to edit photos and like to change them. Some photos just dont like to be messed with and some do. It is another art to take a photo and take it further by changing the color or focus un just part of it. I hope to meet others who love art. In life I feel we all have to earn happiness and art and good people work for me. Joe Wiegand