Even though it was stifling hot, there was little haze in the air with only a slight threat of a thunderstorm and it was a good evening to take a walk with the cameras if you didn't mind being soaked with sweat. Since I usually concentrate on taking video, I carried a Panasonic FZ2500 fitted with a 5" Small HD monitor on the tripod for that purpose and a Canon 1DKMKII with the Canon 100mm-400mm IS II lens in my camera bag for still photography. I saw several small bulls that evening and one was close enough for good still photos.
|5x5 Looks At Distant Bulls|
|6x6 Pauses From Grazing|
|6x7 On A Foggy Morning|
|4K Video Frame Grab of Bachelor Group|
|6x7 Looks To Distant Hill Side|
|6x7: Taken with 5DMKIII and 100-400mm IS II at 371 mm|
|A Typical Sighting On Winslow Hill|
Originally published at Pennsylvania Wildlife Photographer by Willard Hill.