Remote Cam Adventures

– hadeda ibis –

I got the remote setup working again: Canon on a tripod, targeted on the tap birdbath in the shrubbery, and viewfinder on my cellphone. Then I waited. The same problem I noted before is still evident: my attention span.

Eventually a rare bird strolled by and seemed quite interested.

Hours later the underbrush eagle, who today has been playing a Klaas’ Cuckoo, came for a shower.

– bracing! – a red-capped robin-chat – famous mimic – has a bath –
– red-capped robin-chat – notorious eagle and cuckoo mimic –

Later an Olive Sunbird arrived and then two White-Eyes – both blending too well with the background and too quick for my camera – just blurs and water droplets! That’s another challenge: the delay between my finger firing the button on my phone and the camera firing – I’d guess near a quarter second. So the bird has often flucked or flitted – or at least changed his pose!

~~~oo0oo~~~

I made a .gif of the pics and – 😉 – froze the lil bird in mid-moon for three frames!

~~oo0oo~~~

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It's about life, marriage, raising kids, paddling rivers, travel in Africa . . . re-posting thoughts written over decades - at random, I'm afraid.

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