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on Oct 27, 2008 in Wildlife Photography

Breaking the Jynx

I presented on the Lexar stage at Photo+ and this was across the top of the walls. While Lexar was talking about memory as it pertains to flash memory, it think it just as rightly applies to our experience this afternoon and more importantly as wildlife photographers. We went out shooting and to be honest with you, didn’t find any wildlife that wound the film. Yeah, bison and elk were out but they just didn’t light up the pixels so we didn’t even point the lenses. We came across a car jam and found out it was a grizzly bear on a bison kill. What was incredibly cool was the griz was perhaps 30yards away. The griz was lying on the hind quarters of the bison, it’s stomach cavity missing so the griz became headless and it stuck its head in for a bite.  The griz, a large one for Yellowstone, was dark, fat (700lbs) and beautiful fur ready for winter. All of this and not a shot to...

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on Oct 26, 2008 in Great Stuff

And Your Sunday?

I’m supposed to be in MT right now. I left my Manhattan hotel at 04:00 and was at the Newark airport at 05:00. Our 07:30 flight was officially cancaled at 10:00. I was shuttled to La Guardia where, an hour after I was supposed to arrive in Bozeman, I board a plane to Chicago, Denver and than finally Bozeman. Ha!

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on Oct 24, 2008 in Wildlife Photography

New York Wildlife

RC & I went out for a business dinner tonight (wait ’til you see what we’ve got cookin) at this marvelous place, Churrascaria Plataforma. We then took the streets to get lost in the mass of humanity called NY night life.

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