Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/07/16

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Why I like the Leica-Users and Other Stories
From: Doug Herr <>
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 20:34:29 -0700
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> From: David Degner <>

>  After trying a few months of nature photography I found that it is easier
>  to track animals that have been mortally injured.  Just a tip to other
>  beginning nature photographers: ride a bike along a well used road looking
>  in the gutter for remnants of animals.  So far I have nice pictures of a 5
>  foot long snake, a few robins, a squirrel and a few possums and I didn't
>  have to spend money on expensive zoom lenses.

Check out the Western Tanager on my website.  I found it laying in the road,
stunned by hitting a passing car.  I thought "while I'm rescuing this bird from
the tires (tyres) of the next Winnebago, why not put in in a photogenic tree?"

Doug Herr
Birdman of Sacramento

In reply to: Message from John Collier <> ([Leica] Why I like the Leica-Users and Other Stories)