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Bird's (or Turkey's) Eye View

Uploaded by: Denalidaze

Tuesday May 8, 2012

St Augustine, FL

Caption: Caught another look at some wild baby turkeys while out behind the lens.

Manufacturer: Canon

Model: Canon EOS 60D

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Software: Picasa

Artist: Patsy Jane Lewis

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Copyright: Patsy Lewis Denalidaze (Photographer) - (Editor)

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ISO Speed Ratings: 800

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Aperture: 6.38 EV (f/9.1)

Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV

Metering Mode: Center-Weighted Average

Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

Focal Length: 400.0 mm

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7. Denalidaze
12:41 AM GMT on May 21, 2012
What a wonderful story/ movie. Readers, for 50 minutes of pure pleasure, CLICK on the link above. This is a great story that can be shared with the members of your family. As a former teacher, I can see a mountain of ways this could be used in the classroom.
Thank you Willow13 for sharing this experience!
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6. Willow13
1:44 AM GMT on May 16, 2012
What a darling portrait of a baby turkey! I have a friend who raised some wild turkeys and wrote a book about it (Illumination in the Flatwoods). Here's a link to the movie that was produced based on Joe's book. My Life as a Turkey
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5. Denalidaze
1:15 AM GMT on May 10, 2012
Thanks to all who have made a comment. If you love this picture, just wait till November;0)
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4. NatureGirlsBabies
8:51 PM GMT on May 09, 2012
How cute when they are small, then look what happens. Adorble shot.
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3. Okiemom
12:12 PM GMT on May 09, 2012
How cute they are when the start! Hard to believe how small they are.
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2. icmoore
12:01 PM GMT on May 09, 2012
This is so cute and a great shot!
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1. dixiedaughter
3:36 AM GMT on May 09, 2012
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About Denalidaze


I have loved photography since I was quite young. My mother had an old box camera and I was always excited to see the magical pictures when she had them developed. She mailed them off and I would check the mail each day to see if they had returned. As I grew, the cameras in my life also grew. My husband and I love to travel. During our 45 years of marriage, we have never bought each other Christmas, birthday, or anniversary presents. Travel each year was our gift to the other. Of course with travel comes pictures. I have been to 47 states and many foreign countries. On our first trip to Europe, we purchased a 35 mm Canon camera in Germany. I Took MANY picture and slides. I used a lot of my photographs in the classroom (30 years) and brought the wonders of the world to my students. My first digital camera was a Sony Mavica. Wow, digital discovery was like eating food with no calories. What a way to celebrate life! On our many visits to Alaska, it is not unusual for me to take 60 GB of pictures. Now, I seldom leave the house without my camera. Yes, I have loads of pictures, but I am always looking for more pictures to take, and ways to improve my skills. I do retain copyright on ALL my photos. Please ASK before using my pictures.Thanks in advance for asking my permission.Create your own visitor map free counter for your website

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