Barbara and Tom Pickthall joined me for two days of photography last week at Laguna Seca Photography Ranch north of Edinburg, Texas. The summer temperatures had arrived and were climbing each day, so the wildlife needed lots of water. While waiting patiently in photo blinds at various waterholes, we were able to capture some nice images.
Here are a few of my shots. Most were made with the Canon 500 mm lens and Canon 5D Mark IV camera from a Gitzo carbon-fiber tripod.
As we finished the first afternoon’s shoot and the shadows were growing long, an old male bobcat strolled passed. I made several squeaking sounds (by sucking on the web of skin between my index finger and thumb) and got a response. We all got great shots of his reaction.
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