Monday, November 29, 2010

Big Bucks of Pike Island


I've spent several mornings down on Pike Island photographing the deer rut and thought you might like to see some of the shots I've gotten.

The deer were active for the last few weeks, but I've not been in the park for the last several days so don't know if the rut is ending yet or not. Probably will be soon, if not already. Sometimes there is a brief uptick in activity in December as the last of the does come into estrus, but with the high buck to doe ratio on the island and in the park, I doubt any does are not bred at this point.

See the photos on my website at

Once I found an area where the deer were active (they tended to cluster in different areas of the island each day), I'd just sit down and watch the activity swirl around me. The behavior was fascinating to watch.


Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Giving Thanks

Hello everyone!

I want to thank all of you for making the FSSP Camera Club something I look forward to every month. I always did better in school when the classes were educational and fun. I learn something new at our meetings and there are always a lot of laughs.

There are a lot of ideas and plans for the future and I think by the support this group shares - the future is long for the club.

Thanks again and we will see you December 4th.


Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Photosynth - Use your camera to stitch the world.

Photosynth - Use your camera to stitch the world.

Note the heading for "National Parks". Is anyone else interested in putting some photos together for Great River?

Microsoft Education Product Center: Photosynth  This might be something to consider for Bridge to Nature or other other educational initiatives of the club.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Upper Fort (Nov. 2010) - FSSP Camera Club - Picasa Web Albums

Upper Fort (Nov. 2010) - FSSP Camera Club - Picasa Web Albums .

All Blog members should have access to this Photo Library. If you have not done so already, please add your Fort photo's from our field trip. This will help us to determine how we may use such libraries going forward.