Safety in the Woods

© Rebecca E. Komppa

Safety in the Woods

Uploaded: January 31, 2013


Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/1250 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 3200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 135.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 60D


Brett Dolsen January 31, 2013

Hello Rebecca. Great winter scene! #1512120

Antonio Amen January 31, 2013

Very good. #10547156

Rebecca E. Komppa January 31, 2013

Thank you, Antonio.
It was a chance meeting, as most wildlife photos are, and they ran on seeing my presence. It was a quick snap to capture the moment. I enjoy the photo much, but I enjoyed the moment in the woods even more.
Thank you again. #10548041

Rebecca E. Komppa January 31, 2013

Thank you, Brett.
It has been a long time.
How good to hear from you.
I have been following, a little, the summer in Australia. It seems it has not been a very good summer for at least parts of your country.
I hope it is better where you are at.
We have had a pleasant winter. The brrrrr cold weather did not arrive till late December and sporadic through January. It was very cold yesterday when this photo was snapped. You have to feel the animals living outdoors in it all the time.
Take care. I hope we meet at BP again soon. #10548044

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