Solo Photo


I was lucky to get this photo.  I did not watch and wait and take hundreds of photos to get one as is often the case. Instead I get in front of the ewes who are intent on leaving, quickly slide out of the ranger and fumble to get the camera out of the camera bag riding in the back, get the monopod out of it's sleeve and attached to the camera, check the camera settings, get focused and take precisely two photos before the ewes turned, made off and the scene was over.

Well worth it. I just feel glad I live and work in nature when I look at this photo.



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  1. Great shot; their legs "mirror" the trees.

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    1. I did not notice that but they sure do. Helps make the photo work.

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    1. Yes, and faces mirror the trees too. So cool.

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  3. A really good one....almost seems like they were waiting to see what you were up to.

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    1. They were and a mere moment later, decided they wanted none of it.

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  4. 'I will stick my tongue out at you..and I will give you on the count of three to say good-bye..me on the right not sure what is going on..think I will be a proper sheep and follow the others'..Thank you for sharing.. I love all of the photos you take...

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    1. I think they may have said count of three but left on count of one. It was quick. Glad the photos are loved. Thank you.

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