Sunday, January 21, 2018

The Tails in Sunlight Stories


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  1. Hard to miss such a engorged object in the sunlight like that. Are such sights on the Trailbush Trail Tour?

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    1. It's a technique a Wildbush Trail Guide uses to point the way should his hands be full.

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  2. Ok I have to admit that you are either really good at placing the camera just right, or you are incredibly stacked down below! You in the wilderness are like a moose displaying his larger set of antlers to attract attention. Lol

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    1. It took about six attempts to get properly framed above the two branches in the foreground; I kept settling slightly out of position, capturing the one on the left as a censoring bar.

      I am wary, especially in early autumn, of a moose displaying his larger anything.

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  3. I think he's well stacked below - and damn fine behind!

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    1. Just to clarify (confuse?)... my behind is above and my front is behind.

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  4. I believe your "nit-picking" is a case of failing to realize that Craig's response is a play on words and innuendo, which he masters so well. As for him needing to thank Pete for his comment, I've always found Craig to be grateful and humble in his responses to those who view his art.

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    1. Thank you for setting things straight, surfstud. I removed the 'wet blanket' before I found your comment; it was placed in the 'spam' comments for some reason.

      Your support is much appreciated.

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  5. Happy to be your supporter Craig, athletic and otherwise ; )

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  6. A magnificent beauty - the snow-covered boulder that is.


    Just kiddin.' Put this in my photos and zoomed it up 300%. Zowie. SLUUUURP!

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    1. Thank you for your comment, Jeffrey.

      It was likely the snow-covered boulders that caught my eye, leading to the pants-down pose.

      You'd better wear safety googles, getting that close.

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  7. Will my safety goggles get splattered?

    Oh my.

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    1. That is likely, with the temperature rising.

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