It is amazing.
This photograph is of what appears to be a very small toad. The item beside it is a 1/2″ diameter section of rebar, making this little critter about 1/16″ long. I barely saw him.
This bee appeared to be out it the cold a bit too long and was pretty sluggish. This is taken on the back of by glove.
Here is a daddy long leg in the garden, running as fast as he could.
Found a spring… dug a hole. Ultimate kid playground!
This one was comprised of about 87 overlapping photographs.
Eli took his new tripod, on a bitter cold day, and set it up on the “top tier” of cleared ground, capturing about 270 degrees of the scene.
Again, we used Hugin to stitch it together.
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The cameramen at work…
And lastly, here is the recorded “activity” in the new Home School software.
This is a Springfield M6 Scout, chambered in .22 over .410, single shot break barrel. There is a place in the stock to store about 20 shells. It’s 100% stainless steel.
This gun was based on the design of the M6 which was issued to airmen in the US Air Force. More details here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Springfield_Armory_M6_Scout