| TODAY'S PHOTO
As we end the week,
a beautiful setting sun. This one calls attention
to itself, rather than a sky of beautiful reflecting
clouds, that for which I usually look. The sun is
also cut by telephone wires, something I usually avoid.
Yet this week, probably influenced by the head lamp
photos in PICTURE TO PONDER Issue
68, I was appreciating the play of technology
with Nature in this view.
As you go through this weekend,
notice times when you might be able to bring a fresh
eye to a situation or to a natural scene before
Happy holidays to all who are celebrating religious
days today and Sunday and a wonderful, inspiring
weekend to all.
READER COMMENTS ON THE LAST ISSUE - Issue
"Nice, very sweet photo of a critter that
most people think of as scary! How did you get so
close, a good lens?"
"Yikes, Sheila! How close were you?"
It's the magic of my Fuji S5000 digital camera,
that I love, especially for its 370 mm telephoto
lens. I was quite a safe distance away, and much
higher up than the gator.
"Since I had a 10+ and 8+ pounder, I am glad
the human race doesn't have to carry on their back."
"Fascinating! I've learned something about
mother alligators that I never knew or would have
guessed. Now tell me how the mother gator gets all
four to get on her back at the same time, let alone
After reading the latter comment, I was curious,
so went to google to see if I could find an answer.
I did find a page with a couple of photos on a baby
gator on it's mother's head and, for those interested,
a page with information that explains the difference
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OTHER WEB SITES
For those of you who are not aware of it, my presence
on the web started, almost five years ago, showing
my manually enhanced nature photography. All of
the photos were taken with my Samsung point-and-shoot,
film camera. See NATURE'S
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© 2005 Sheila Finkelstein
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