…gets the good shots.
I had gotten to bed late due to having my quarterly 3-hour conversation with my youngest brother. What was I doing awake already at five AM? By 5:30, I was tossing around like a fish out of water and decided to get up, go hike, and shoot photos before work.
I recently paid Canon USA way too much money to fix my broken EF70-200mm f/4L IS USM lens. I received the lens back last week so I decided to use it this morning to give it a good workout. Generally most of the photos I capture are with focal lengths under 50mm. Being forced to use 70mm or more is a challenge. Fortunately, getting up at dawn gives me the chance to see a lot of wildlife, which the longer focal lengths are good for.
I headed over to Caribou Ranch and set out on the trail. Needless to say, at 6 AM, I didn’t seen any other people. Just the way I like it.
These are some photos of a red fox family that was living across the street. Some of you may have already seen these, but I wanted to collect them all in one place.