ghosthunters
I have piles of setups for elk in many areas. I have been having major issues with moisture on the lenses so it has taken some time to get any amount of decent pics. I am continually finding wallows but they are in low lying areas which are of course full of moisture. I have many action shots but they don't show up well due to moisture. The rut is getting close so I am hopeful of more daytime visits and thus less moisture issues. Some are in the velvet stage but they are starting to rub now. Click image for larger version - Name: P1000594.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 323.04 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1030556.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 348.82 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1000320.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 260.84 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1000338.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 326.96 KB Click image for larger version - Name: DSC01589.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 371.93 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1000610.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 257.92 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1000262.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 368.70 KB Click image for larger version - Name: DSC01590.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 350.15 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1000607.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 262.55 KB Click image for larger version - Name: DSC01585.JPG, Views: 25, Size: 408.73 KB
Quote 0 0
woody meristem
Impressive bulls and you got some very nice photos of them.
Quote 0 0
hydiseka
Some nice pics  there!!
With sufficient thrust pigs fly just fine
Quote 0 0
tanglefoot
Ya gotta like those! The sky in the background on some of them really make the picture,well done!!
Quote 0 0
buck66
nice pics as it cools down they will start to move next couple weeks rut will kick in and then it will happen
Quote 0 0
buckshot164
Great pics.
Quote 0 0
Write a reply...