The Buffalo: Up close and personal

Patches of fog rise from Buffalo Mountain as viewed through a 400mm lens with a 1.4x tele-extender for an effective focal length of 560mm. Shot from Rocky Knob overlook with a Canon EOS-1D, Mark III, at 400 ISO. Exposure: 1/5000th of a second at f 4.0.

Patches of fog rise from Buffalo Mountain as viewed through a 400mm lens with a 1.4x tele-extender for an effective focal length of 560mm. Shot from Rocky Knob overlook with a Canon EOS-1D, Mark III, at 400 ISO. Exposure: 1/5000th of a second at f 4.0.

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  1. Doug,

    Your ability to capture more than a picture is and continues to be astounding. I thoroughly enjoy your photography. Thank you for sharing with us what we might ordinarily take for granted living in this beautiful part of the world.

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