It's Murrieta 365's Straight Out of the Camera Sunday time. There are two rules: 1) photo must be taken by you; and 2) no tweaking.
To set these photos up, I mounted a wildlife camera in my garden to discover what kind of critter was eating just about every near-ripe and unripe cantaloupe in my garden; watermelons remain untouched. I woke up at 3 AM this morning and was too excited to go back to sleep in anticipation of what the camera captured during the night. The first photo was taken just after everything was set yesterday afternoon - - - I thought. Unfortunately, I did not notice that a piece of black plastic that is being used to solarize the back row of the garden was not weighted down. So, the camera took over 230 pictures of the plastic waving in the wind. :D The wind stopped, apparently, and the next shot is when I went out this morning to get the card. The critter must not have feasted on cantaloupe during the night.
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Until next time, God bless.