|5x5 Bull Pauses From Browsing|
|The Gathering Storm|
|Mature Bulls Feeding-Taken At 110mm|
|Mature Bulls Watch Photographer-Taken at 400mm|
In time the rain dropped off to desultory sprinkles and I considered the situation. Should I move on to another area or should I return. There was a likelihood that the bulls would be gone, but my gut instinct told me there was a very good chance they would still be there and that other animals would have joined them. The next decision was which camera rig to carry. Usually I would carry video when the light is very murky, but I finally decided to carry the best long-range low light still rig I had along, which was the Canon 5D MK III and the 600mm F 4.0. Sure enough when I got back to the meadow I found they had been joined by two more bulls so I took several frames of them at about 150 yards distance at ISO 1000 with a shutter speed of 1/100 at F 4.0.
|Two Bulls After Thunderstorm|
|Largest Bull After Thunderstorm|
|Bulls After Rain|
Originally published at Pennsylvania Wildlife Photographer by Willard Hill.