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2010-05-26
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Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking May 26 2010
gummo
Hiking2.80 Miles 150 AEG
Hiking2.80 Miles
150 ft AEG
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1st trip
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I went to retreive my trail camera near Silver Spur Meadow and ran into a lone coati with a stubby tail. He was a curious and friendly little guy. I was able to get within 4ft of it to snap some photos. I probably could've gotten closer, but I didn't want to scare it off. I try to get the best possible photos with the cheapest eqiupment available to me and getting close is the only way that I can do it. Plus, I got pretty good at approaching wildlife without scaring them off for the most part.

I like Olympus cameras, but they're terrible in low light conditions, so these photos aren't as good as I'd like them to be. In fact, I was going to delete them, but after a little editing magic, they turned out okay. I figured that I could just unload them on this site, and delete them from my hard-drive. I realized that if I want perfection, I'm going to have to spend the money and buy a DSLR camera.

Also, my trail camera came up empty.
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