Sunday, January 17, 2010
At A Distance
When I got to the park I didn't hear much going on, so I was listening for any little sound at all. I got to a section of the trail where I could see very clearly through the top of the trees. At that point I heard the very faint sounds of a bird singing. In a very high tree that was very far away was the source of that sound.
From my eyes it was a small dot that appeared to move just a little bit. The sound and the dot were one and the same. I pointed my camera at that dot, and I stretched the zoom its maximum. I have no idea how I got this photo to come out as good as it is, but here it is. Even though I've been looking at it as if it were very old, my little camera still has some life left in it.
This should be a lesson that your camera might just be able to do a little more than you think. Push it to its limits sometimes. You never know what you'll get out of it.
That's it from The Everyday Adventurer for another day!
(One additional note. I'll be absent from commenting and visiting your blogs until tomorrow. I'm having a rare visit from my dad right now, so I'll be kind of busy for awhile. I'll be back to my normal blogging self tomorrow.)
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