A robin eating a worm at Fat Tuesdays
Nikon Z6 and ducks
Birds in flight are tough, even tougher when 70mm is the longest your lens goes to.
I was playing with the new Nikon 300mm f4 – it is an amazing lens, but my skill set didn’t do well with a falcon in flight.
Working on my elk video to try to get to CBS Sunday Morning, I have some holes to fill…
Caterpillar on a rain fly.
Up early for hunting the elk
then spent the day exploring
Linn Cove Viaduct and clouds. It was time to go back to the mountains for a HOA meeting, bike rides and hanging out with family.
Deer in the yard.
Female Hercules Beetle
1:1 Macro of face
Sunset and duck
The day started with a drive through Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, a mistake that will never happen again (way too touristy for me) to get to Cades Cove, a neat history filled loop, including this working grist mill.
Just a bear along the road, it was not interested in us at all!
James works on figuring out electrical gremlins, after thinking of complex problems to solve, sometimes the simplest answer is correct… a bad cell in his battery.
James checks how badly I am beating him at an English style pub in Gatlinburg.