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Pine Marten...

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Pine Marten sent on May 15, 2021 (21:37) by Boyo. 4 comments, 335 views.

, 1/1000 f/3.5, ISO 25600, tripod.

Pine Marten. Kirkcudbright. Scotland

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sent on May 15, 2021 (21:59) | This comment has been translated


sent on May 16, 2021 (0:03)

Thank you so much Luciano.

sent on May 16, 2021 (2:34) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

How did you photograph her? What a beautiful catchaaa

sent on May 16, 2021 (11:33)

Hello Andreea, Thank you for the comment. It was a hide in Scotland with just a two-light setup. I had to wait for three hours before she arrived, at 11.30 pm. She searched around on the wall and then decided to leap - it was then that I captured her ( on a single shot - no burst ). So it was just pure luck. I know I pushed the ISO to the limit - but it paid off I think.

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