While on the walk mentioned in the previous post, it was interesting to note that because we were all focussed on finding subjects to photograph, we noticed things that would otherwise be missed if we had just been wandering aimlessly along. Also, each person saw quite different things in a scene. This was evidenced in the photographic images shared afterwards. Also, some people are more observant that others. My eagle eyed wife Lynne spotted a Stoat just off the path. It had been missed by others walking in front of us. Rarely seen as they are so nervous of humans, the Stoat stood still just long enough for me to point my long lens and grab a couple of frames before it vanished. Lesson? Walk slowly and quietly and keep your eyes peeled!
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