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By: billhopp, 3:08 AM GMT on February 23, 2013
Of late I have been busy creating a crude, but hopefully useful, pinhole camera. Last year I used an old Quaker Oats container and had some results that were mediocre, but they were results none the less.
This year I started earlier and have created one using old boxes and some felt. I've got some positive paper on order and hope to have some tests come the beginning of March.
World Pinhole day is April 28 so start working on yours and get in o...
By: billhopp, 6:51 AM GMT on April 23, 2012
Once again there are eagles nesting in a tree near Russel Road Park in Kent Wa. This pair has been here for about 3 years now and it is time for the eggs to have hatched, although the eaglets are still too small to see.They fly out to nearby ponds in an attempt to catch fish but I have not seen them bring anything back yet. I'm sure they must be successful once in a while and hopefully I will be around when they bring something back.I have uploaded many more photos ...
By: billhopp, 12:57 AM GMT on March 09, 2012
Was having some problems with my computer but with it being repaired now I was able to process my photos from the Winthrop Balloon Roundup and they are now available on my Smugmug photo page.On the main page there is a link to them and they are also available in the Events gallery (http://uncleduke.smugmug.com/Events/Winthrop-Ball oon-Roundup/2012-Winthrop-Balloon-Roundup).
By: billhopp, 2:28 AM GMT on November 28, 2011
Finally got around to processing my latest photos and uploaded them to the smugmug page.http://uncleduke.smugmug.com/Wildlife/An-egret-st udy/20304176_rbJ3Mv#1605441190_XkLT8ng
By: billhopp, 2:44 AM GMT on May 29, 2011
There are several places in and around the south Puget Sound that have nesting pairs of eagles. I am fortunate to live close to one of them but have the ability to go and see several.Last year I was also fortunate to be able to retire, an early retirement, so when the weather is not rainy I try to take photos and capture their activities. Of course being in northwest Washington that is not as easy as it sounds.The pictures last week were of a pair near the Green Riv...
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