Montana Outdoors

June 20, 2007

Ready for anything

Filed under: Animals, Birds, Flowers, Moose, Nature, Outdoors, Photography, Photos, Pictures, White-tail deer — montucky @ 9:54 am

When I selected my camera, I wanted one that was relatively small, light, and quick to use because it would go on many back country hikes and encounter many different conditions requiring a lot of versatility.

Here is an example. These photos were taken about 20 seconds apart.

Western bluebird
Mountain bluebird who didn’t want his picture taken.

White-tail doe
It’s a tough life for this White-tail doe who’s up to her belly in food!

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14 Comments »

  1. Great pictures! Such a treat…you made my morning.

    I will be sure to stop back for more.

    Thanks!

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    Comment by jolynna — June 20, 2007 @ 10:04 am

  2. Your bluebird looks so ticked off! :o) He shouldn’t be you got a wonderful shot of him!

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    Comment by aullori — June 20, 2007 @ 10:14 am

  3. jolynna,
    Thanks for visiting! It always makes me feel good when someone enjoys my pictures!

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    Comment by montucky — June 20, 2007 @ 11:24 am

  4. aullori,
    I think he’s trying to tell me I’m too close to his house: it’s only one fence post away.

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    Comment by montucky — June 20, 2007 @ 11:25 am

  5. I think you’ve got a future as a mug shot photographer. I’ve seen the bluebird’s expression before, and the deer pic you posted a day or so ago is a great shot of an apple thief, methinks…

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    Comment by wolf — June 20, 2007 @ 11:53 am

  6. Yeah, you’re probably right, wolf. That’s what comes from living out here with the thieves, bandits and desperados!

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    Comment by montucky — June 20, 2007 @ 12:12 pm

  7. Great shots Terry, I would be a little leery of that bird, and I thought all you had to worry about were bears and mountain lions.

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    Comment by Bernie Kasper — June 20, 2007 @ 5:04 pm

  8. Very nice Terry.

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    Comment by Bernie Kasper — June 20, 2007 @ 7:11 pm

  9. The bluebird looks like my grandmother when we used to try to take her picture…only with more feathers.

    By the way, if you care to play along, you’ve been tagged.

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    Comment by Pinhole — June 20, 2007 @ 7:20 pm

  10. I am trying to leave a comment, but it’s not working.

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    Comment by Bernie Kasper — June 20, 2007 @ 8:19 pm

  11. Bernie,

    Yes that looks like one tough bird! I’ll be in bear country tomorrow: I wonder if I could get him to fly escort for me!

    The darn spam filter kept quarantining your comments. I told it they weren’t spam and I hope it’s programmed to learn from its mistakes.

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    Comment by montucky — June 20, 2007 @ 9:12 pm

  12. love the bird photo.

    amazing speed w/ your digital camera. I often miss shots as mine is too slow. your stuff is great here!

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    Comment by skouba — June 20, 2007 @ 10:03 pm

  13. It took awhile before I figured out a way to approach the birds close enough. Almost had to stalk them like a game animal.

    The camera is pretty fast. My biggest problem is getting it out of the case and into action at times. On a long hike I really can’t just hang it around my neck where I can activate it immediately. I just missed a shot of a huge mulie buck yesterday for that reason.

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    Comment by montucky — June 20, 2007 @ 10:12 pm

  14. Pinhole,
    I don’t remember my grandmother looking like that exactly, but there was an English teacher in high school…

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    Comment by montucky — June 20, 2007 @ 10:14 pm


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