This round of pics has been a long time coming. I was doing some experimenting with camera placement and new areas, trying to concentrate on something else besides deer. Since deer are everywhere, this is hard to do. Especially, if you are trying to capture predators on film. But, I did come up with some images that I thought were worth sharing.
These first two images are of the same deer in two different locations.
The image below is a couple of youngsters.
Even though the next two pics were taken over a day apart, I believe they are rabbits.
Now, the next two pics are of animals that I wouldn't expect to see in this location. Just goes to show that animals are not always creatures of habit.
This next deer appears startled by the flash.
However, this next deer, like most, seems oblivious to the camera.
These next two pics of an armadillo and raccoon were taken on a night when it was storming.
What is interesting about these next two pics is not just the raccoon, but something has moved the camera in the last pic. I attach these cameras very well, and they aren't easy to move. Several frames were taken at this location, and the last one shows the camera has been moves slightly, and a twig from a large limb is now visible in the left of the frame.
These next two pics are of the same deer one minute apart. The camera doesn't bother it at all.