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Wednesday, June 10, 2009


From time to time, we get bunnies nesting in our yard. This evening, my oldest son was cutting the grass and he saw two bunnies scramble. We caught them and kept them in a box while my son completed cutting the grass. All these were shot with a Canon 24-105 L IS USM.

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This was taken prior to returning them to their nest. While returning them to their nest, we found 3 others! Interesting how the depth of field plays in at this focal length. At 80mm, beyond the face starts to blur.

80mm Focal Length
Exposure 1/100 sec @ f4.0
ISO 320

Here's two of them hiding under a scotch broom. I had to manually focus to avoid the branches.

105mm Focal Length,
Exposure 1/25 sec @ f4.0
ISO 800

Here's one sitting on top of the nest. Another manual focus.

105mm Focal Length,
Exposure 1/15 sec @ f4.0
ISO 800

Here's one hiding under a Butterfly bush.

105mm Focal Length,
Exposure 1/30 sec @ f4.0
ISO 800

©Copyright Wayne Woodruff 2009

1 comment:

T and S said...

Beautiful series Wayne. The habitat shots are cool.