• Randy Vallis
    38
    Well they will be only too happy to you both again. Rv
  • Rolland
    13
    Just caught up on this thread. Bummer for Anne, I confirmed I’m not as young as I used to with dealing with a sciatica issue last spring/early summer.

    Tell Anne, a friend who loves photography has a really large zoom lense she calls her Bazooka. A tripod is a must as it’s a pretty heavy lense.
  • Ray
    403
    Anne got herself a tall tripod this summer for her big lens and also put on a gimble head, so now she just leaves it out during the day in front of the rig and she can just walk up to it and shot. Worked out well. She has been getting some beautiful bird shots.

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  • RVsolar
    166
    WOW Anne great shot
  • Ray
    403
    Last few days have been stormy and rainy. The ducks are happy.
    Sun poked through briefly early this morning and beautifully lit up the estuary behind our campsite. Sure can tell fall is on its way to British Columbia.

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  • Rolland
    13
    Wow, I agree the shot of the Heron is an amazing one, not your usual shot.
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