At F/205 there is always incredible depth of field with the pinhole camera. The price you pay of course, is a bit of a wait during the long exposure times that are necessary. I either scout for other shots or just sit and find peace in the beauty of those moments. Eric should have his pick of buck this bow season, as I have never seen so many bucks. Another couple of four pointers this morning on the way to the lake. They are already grouping together apart from the doe (until the rut starts in late September). The game camera is out here at Rauhallinen Farm and I am going to the County Forest to set the other one up early in the morning (Eric's other blind). I will take the Pinhole and the Rolleiflex T to the bear swamp and check out the deer trails near his blind. If that big sow bear is yet alive, she will be beast size this year, I hope the idiots that hunt with dogs did not get her last year. (even though she eats all my deer corn in one sitting). They have always been sacred to Native Americans.
“One key to success is to have lunch at the time of the day most people have breakfast.” -Robert Brault