Watch the video for today's narrative, 57 seconds and yes I also took the video.
Looking a little scruffy there my friend HAHAHA...I have enjoyed the deer photos, as always great job!
Better luck next time Brad.This is a cool shot; The Big Meadows Greeters :)
Great video, really enjoyed it.
Nice image and narrative. Only problem was I could only see your face with all the camouflaged clothing...;)
Enjoyed the conversation early Thurs. at Thornton's Gap waiting on the snow plows. Great work, friend. I know these bucks. Video worked well for you as well!
Good job, Brad. All you needed to do extra was say,"Bradley Myers reporting live from Shenandoah National Park", and it would have sounded like a field report for a TV station.
The only problem with that Willard is I made this back in Pa. I got the idea while setting in my truck for hours alone on Thursday waiting to get in. I looked for a good spot the whole way home but I didn't want to stand in the rain or get the camera back out in the rain. So I pulled in along Muddy Run stream in Franklin County and shot it on the way into Shippensburg. That is part of the experience Woody, getting to look scruffy. And that was the idea Brian, I wanted you to think it was a tree talking.Jeff I can't believe you found me on here, you must have a great memory for names. Thanks for the good comments. I also enjoyed talking with you and appreciate the offer on Thursday.
Brad: I t was great to meet you down there. I sure hope we can do it again some time. Hopefully as time goes on I can start to upgrade some of my equipment. Good luck can keep up the good shooting.
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