This wildlife photography thing is not as easy as I thought it would be. I set the camera in the big garden for 7 nights trying to catch the critter that eats cantaloupe. I moved it around several times to get a better angle. All I got was a couple of photos with one tiny shiny eye, sometimes two tiny shining eyes. After 7 days and nights, I wanted to get "something" and moved the camera to another location where I see deer jump the fence every evening except the last two. lol Meanwhile back at the garden, the critter came in to dine on more cantaloupe.
I've not given up on the garden marauding critter but I want something to show for this effort. One thing I learned when moving the camera to a location other than the garden: carry gloves, a limb saw and a lopper along with the camera to cut away brush, etc., so the camera will have a clear view. While cow trails are easy to spot, I'm going to have to start trying to find wildlife trails. Now that is a good one for this city-bred gal.
Until next time, God bless.