It’s funny, when working in a blind, trying to get that elusive photo of animals in their natural environment, one notices everything…. the loud whir of your AutoFocus motor you never noticed before, the deafening shutter click that alerts the animals to your presence, and the bitter cold that bites through you at dusk when the animals come in.
But, if one is lucky, the photos that might result make the discomfort all worth the while, particularly to be able to capture photos of animals from a ‘ground level’ perspective.
3 thoughts on “Working in the Blind”
Now that’s dedication. I know how cold it can be just sitting there. Merry Christmas. Pete
Yes, in truth… it was quite cold, though should be colder for this time of year. The wind didn’t help.
Hope the Africa trip was AMAZING… would love to see your pix.
Have a spectacular holiday.