Ysgyfarnog / Hare
|This morning at 6:30, armed with my new super
duper zoom lens, which cost nearly half as much as your average
family car. I proceeded on my first wildlife photography safari.
With Smot firmly on the leash, I ventured out into the great
unknown, full of hope and aspirations, for a bagful of images that
would make Heather Angel, green with envy. Stealthily I approached
my first quarry. Lepus Capensis,
There he was in full view, grazing happily in the morning
sunshine, in the field between Bryn Awel and Carreg Lefain Fawr. My
Nikon D200, only takes about 1/50 of a second to fire up, but Lepus
in that brief moment of time, was not going to play ball, and leapt
behind this rock. I stood for over ten minutes, and he stayed in the
above posture looking at me, looking at him.
I don't think I'll be giving up my day job just
I hope you like this bit of fun, which actually
happened. But on a serious note, If you have any images at all of our
local wildlife, please can you send them to Andrew, so we can share with
others, Thank you. Rg Tony.