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Taken:
2017-07-16
Uploaded: 2017-08-01
Camera:
NIKON D7200
Lens:
18.0-300.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
Focal length: 300 mm
F-Stop:
6.3
Filter:
N/A
Shutter Speed:
1/60 s
Tripod:
Yes
ISO:
8000
Flash:
No
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jwmunro (2017/08/01)

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jwmunro (2017/08/07 17:00:27): Pat -

Did you see the WS I did on this image?

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plimrn (2017/08/02 22:13:35): Yes, it's an exterior security light, no flash. I'm sure it would get blown out Thanks, John

BabaCam (2017/08/02)

W.Lim (2017/08/02)

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plimrn (2017/08/02 22:32:17): I think raccoons are omnivorous, they'll eat anything. sadly they are particularly fond of bird's eggs. This year they ate an endangered trumpeter swan's first set of eggs at the nature center. Happily the second set survived to cut hatchlings the last time I saw them. It is fun to see wildlife, I actually would often see a huge raccoon in Ocean Beach in the very early morning and of course down there were lots of parrots...none up here

Wahclella (2017/08/02)

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plimrn (2017/08/02 22:27:47): They have been encouraged a bit!

Everlasting (2017/08/04)

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plimrn (2017/08/04 23:54:24): We are too, Thanks for your comment

borrazopolitan (2017/08/06)

guillaumejm (2017/08/06)

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plimrn (2017/08/07 02:00:53): There is no choice but high iso because they move too much for a long shutter speed.