Nature in a suburban backyard
You capture such amazing shots!
It's more my good fortune to have some amazing and cooperative subjects Gail. Once they know me they have no objection to me sitting often less than a foot away from them, and they endure the brilliant flash on the camera without a murmer. They, (the raccoons) - also seem to have very good memories. I do have to draw the line when they want to put their very muddy paws on my tan colored pants. (Very big grin).
oh wow, too cool. Is there a chance I could use this image and sketch it...(I do it for my own practice)..
No problem, Sandy. I only ask anyone who wants to use the actual photograph - to leave the watermark on it. But that would not apply if you wish to sketch it.Use the links and you will find a lot of other photos taken last summer that otherwise don't show. Especially one with (I think it was) the key word Alex.
Oops, I got that wrong, Sandy. The name was Growler. Head near the bottom of the page and hit 'older posts' then scan down some more. I did not do enough for key words back then. One of these days I will sit down and do some heavy editing.ATB! (Means All The Best!)
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