Awesome pics SH !
How was it you managed to sell your first pic?
Step 1: I am reading a book called The Secret.
Step 2: I was in the home of one of my clients who is a famous architect. I looked around at his decor and said `I think I have a picture you would like'. I e-sent him a small .jpg of the file for a look - and he emailed back and said he wanted one, and `what size?'.
SH, great photo's! What equipment you using, digital?
There a guy over on Muley Madness that is from Littleton that just posted some big horn photo's he got 15 min from his office, incredable! I believe you are from Denver, right?
I use whatever I can get my hands on. The storm pic was actually taken with a `throw-away' camera. Key - always have a camera - disposable if necessary.
No, I live in Moscow, ID.
I have recently been in E OR ... Bend, Pendleton, etc. on consulting projects. A few years back I was exploring and went thru Antelope. Saw some antelope, and, if you live in town, no doubt saw your house .
Thanks SH! Those smiles.....It's the joy of the Lord!
Don, I think you mistaked SH's from Hiker's post. I have a dealership in Castle Rock, Colorado. I saw those BH ram photos from MuleyMadness too, matter of fact I go by Hiker on MM also and help Brett moderate a few forums on MM. Those are Beautiful Rams! That area that he took those photos in is southwest of Chatfield Res, in the foothills. That unit doesn't have a open season for sheep and thus has some true Hawgs in it and most will die from a mountain lion, a car or just old age.
I am NOT an expert. But I'm too cheap to pay for anyone else to do the job (local shop wanted $200 to tan my coyote hide). I've used this recipe for rabbit hides, deer hides, a moose skin, and a coyote pelt. I've adapted this recipe from one I found online. Feel free to use it but use this tip at your own risk and comply with all local laws wherever you are. When butchering: Cool the hide as soon as you can get it off the animal. Remove the hide form the...