Saturday, July 26, 2014

“Life is a full circle, widening until it joins the circle motions of the infinite.” ~ Anaïs Nin

So, I did manage to get some closer shots of one of our visiting hawks. He (she?) had just captured something (upon zooming in on one photo, fuzzy though it was, it appeared to be a mole or a mouse). One thing that happens to me as I am shooting pictures, is that I often times get caught up in the excitement of what I'm shooting, and neglect to adjust the setting on my camera. Such was the case this time, and what would have been wonderful motion shots came out as a blur. Such is life. In any case, I think that I still got some pretty great shots - hard to mess up with such a magnificent subject!

















Very cool...

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    1. Thanks Clarice, they are cool indeed!

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  2. These are great, Tracy! And I know the problem with excitement and settings ;)

    Have a great week!

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    1. Thanks Nancy, and I knew you would understand!

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  3. Amazing set of photographs! Thank you so much for sharing, Tracy!

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    1. You are welcome. Linda. Almost as inspiring as your knitwear!

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  4. Your shots are absolutely magnificent!! Such clarity of such a beautiful creature. :-)

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  5. I'm so impressed and amazed that you were able to catch all of that! Can't say much for their table manners, but all in all, an amazing look inside their world. Thanks!

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    1. I suspect that it wasn't taking off because its dinner might disappear!

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