The deep water deer at the Nature Trail. When the pond fills up from lots of rain, the deer like to come in for a swim. They jump from the banks, run back and forth down the middle splashing water high into the air. It's just like a group of young kids doing the same at a secret water hole.
To celebrate the success of the fox relocation and because you asked... I've picked two of my fox shoot photos. printed them on Canon Premium Pro Photo Paper (Glossy) for a wonderful frame yourself signed print. Then, I printed only 25 of each to make them limited edition. Next month, I'll choose two more and each month until the end of the summer. Each print is only $50.00 plus shipping. I also have one very special photo of the Foxy 12 (Reynard, Vixen & 10 Kits together on the den mound). It's the only photo I took with all the cast members together and it's so special I didn't even include it in the film. I have plans for the photo and do not wish to sell prints at this time BUT, I do want to share it with my favorite people in this beautiful world....that's you. Please do NOT try to download or copy or use the image for any purpose. Thanks. Enjoy.
Canon called about my camera. It's all fixed. They said I must use it quite often,...they have no idea. The actual reflex mirror had faint images burned into it and had to be replaced. They asked if I took pictures of the sun,...they had no idea. All they had left to do was an extensive cleaning.
Welcome to the premiere showing of "The Red Fox of East Hampton".
I hope you'll all enjoy my little story about a local family of red fox. How a simple visit to take photographs turned into a very dramatic event. It could only have been arraigned by Nature herself.
The Groundhog has many names depending on where they live. Out west they are Yellow Bellied Marmots, some call them Woodchucks or Land Beavers. My favorite one is Whistle Pig, due to their similar appearance to a Guinea Pig when very young and the fact that they whistle to alert to danger.
A beautiful painted dawn this morning prior to sunrise at 5:30am. I took these shots from Two Mile Hollow Beach.
The sun is in great position now and for the next few weeks to get some great shots along Further Lane between Amagansett & East Hampton. At about 5:40 to 6am
This morning along Further Lane, with my old canon power shot S2-15. Click "Read More" for more pics from this morning. Enjoy!
I'm still waiting for the return of my camera. Shouldn't be much longer. Meanwhile, I've been working away on the Fox movie which is coming closer to a finish each day. I've also started a new business in Wildlife Removal & Rescue. You'll be hearing much more about it in the weeks to come but if you or someone you know need animals evicted from your home or property, PLEASE contact me. I operate a 24 - 7 service because wildlife doesn't take the weekends off. Most companies will drop box traps on your lawn with baits like tuna fish or dog food. This is not trapping and only causes more problems by attracting other than target animals to your trap area. You might catch one, but now you've invited several more to your property. Trapping with lures is an art, humane treatment of wildlife is a necessity.
Thanks for all your patience and hope to be back up and running daily posts and pictures very soon.