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on Feb 1, 2006 in Thought of the Month

What’s Your Passion?

The masses of birds are gone from the feeders and only a couple woodpeckers come and go now. I walk outside and the only sound is that of the wind, not even the falling snow breaks the stillness. I trudge here and there through the forest looking for that darn rabbit, but it still eludes me. I do have my son’s xc ski races to shoot which gives me a momentary thrill of the shutter ripping at 8fps, but it’s only a hundred images at best of high speed shooting each week. It’s about this time each winter I start to go stir crazy, what some might call cabin fever. My passion is all raved up with nowhere to go. I keep writing about passion in your photography because I feel it’s a very important and essential ingredient to success. It can also lead you to great frustration at times. For me right now, my passion to photograph birds is driving me to pace from wall to wall. I...

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on Feb 1, 2006 in Thought of the Month

What's Your Passion?

The masses of birds are gone from the feeders and only a couple woodpeckers come and go now. I walk outside and the only sound is that of the wind, not even the falling snow breaks the stillness. I trudge here and there through the forest looking for that darn rabbit, but it still eludes me. I do have my son’s xc ski races to shoot which gives me a momentary thrill of the shutter ripping at 8fps, but it’s only a hundred images at best of high speed shooting each week. It’s about this time each winter I start to go stir crazy, what some might call cabin fever. My passion is all raved up with nowhere to go. I keep writing about passion in your photography because I feel it’s a very important and essential ingredient to success. It can also lead you to great frustration at times. For me right now, my passion to photograph birds is driving me to pace from wall to wall. I...

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