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why I can't sleep in

Other than the fact that my dog won't let me, I love getting up at dawn and looking for critters or just taking in the scenery.  This was yesterday morning after a long day of fishing, I got a kick out of the effect of the fog:

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Very nice photos!  That last

Very nice photos!  That last one reminds me of one of my favorite movies.  Have you ever seem "Last of the Dogmen"?  I expect to see a line of horses with dog soldiers riding through that fog.... .Wink

 

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Ex, once again nice pics and

Ex, once again nice pics and thanks for sharing.  When you bought your camera, did it come with a guarantee that wildlife would appear in a given percentage of all scenery pictures taken?  I think I need a new camera.   Confused

Ca, the fog does make a few of those pictures look like scenes out of that movie. Yes  Good call.

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WishIWasHunting wrote:

When you bought your camera, did it come with a guarantee that wildlife would appear in a given percentage of all scenery pictures taken?  I think I need a new camera.   Confused

 

Yes, of course.  Why would I buy one of those inferior game repellant cameras.  I also buy my rifles with the same guarantee, and I use the local shaman to infuse my used rifles with similar abilities.

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I knew I needed a new camera,

I knew I needed a new camera, and what better reason to upgrade my firearms!   lol  

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Great pictures, i don't know what sleeping in is either, i am up every day between 5 & 6 am.

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That is beautiful

Wow!  What a beautiful morning to wake up to.  

I like looking at the stars with high power binocs before going to bed too.  The number of stars and the clear pattern of the Milky Way is really stunning.  Never seems to get old.

I think I need to spend more time in the woods!

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Those photos will put a

Those photos will put a little mountain fever in the veins. Thumbs up

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Great pictures. Although I

Great pictures.

Although I enjoy visiting and hunting other places those pictures remind me again how fortunate I feel to actually live here in the middle of the mountains and enjoy them every day.

Thanks for sharing.

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Ex: I will be needing the

Ex: I will be needing the contact info for your shamen pronto! I've got a mess of animals to skin this fall.

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