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I was experimenting today – to see if I could use the 100-400mm lens, micro four thirds, so FF equivalent of 200-800) at the maximum setting for insect close ups. I should really have put extension tubes on though!
This squirrel does things differently – it approaches the feeder from the side and then lifts the side, rather than standing on the platform at the front and lifting the lid from there.
The squirrels are rapidly emptying the feeder – more food is on order though!
I don’t think this is one of the regulars from the last few days, as it seemed rather uncertain about how to get to the food. The extra shows that it couldn’t initially work out how to open the lid, … Continue reading
The gardener came again on Wednesday – first time for 5 weeks due to heavy rain and holidays. Apart from all the work that needed doing on the garden itself, I asked him to clear and refill the squirrel feeder. … Continue reading
There are still lots of tomatoes developing on my plants, but with the onset of autumn a lot of them will probably not ripen. However, I have already picked more than I know what to do with them.
This is a smaller one than the ones I usually photograph, but has larger flowers which open wider.
Passing the farm. I’ve made some progress on this, but a lot more work is needed, especially on weathering and landscaping. I intended to use a photograph of this yesterday, but messed up the settings of the focus stack – … Continue reading