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Photo Of The Day By Susan Winfree
Photo By Susan Winfree
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Bobcat Blessed” by Susan Winfree. Location: Livermore, California.
“A close encounter with a bobcat as it was leaving a gully in the Livermore Open Space area,” explains Winfree. “It was my first day out with the new Canon 80D and 70-200mm lens. I went for a hike and saw this little darling. I kept as much distance as possible above it until it started coming out of the gully. I was low to the ground and as still as possible as not to frighten it and had to lean back slowly to get focus and take a shot as soon as there was eye contact. Then it turned away and kept on going.”
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