Moose and Bat - Nikon D5200

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ghosthunters
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Moose and Bat - Nikon D5200

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This actually happens quite often for me. The subject animal triggers the camera trap and I capture a bat passing through the frame. The bat is not in focus but pretty cool still. The moose goes down and drinks as if there is nothing there. Nikon D5200, f8, 1/200, ISO 800, 18mm. Saskatchewan Canada Image

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Great capture!
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Neat photo!!! -- the bats are presumably feeding on mosquitos and may be zeroing on blood-gorged ones at that. Chuck Gackstetter sent me a photo of a white-tail literally covered with mossies -- and it was running when the photo was snapped.
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Great photo Daryl. Pretty cool. :10
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Great Capture...
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Thats awesome.
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I really love the image
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Cool
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