Interesting post about photographing wildlife from a children’s non-fiction author. I’ve always wanted to try and take decent photos, this might actually help!
About 10 years ago I was introduced to this heavenly pleasure of nature photography. I was so charmed seeing all these pretty animals and birds in our Quebec garden. I had seen cats washing themselves, but here I also saw birds, squirrels, groundhogs… doing the same. Observing them was so much fun.
I don’t know if these lovely creatures have emotions like humans have, though I could hear them talk. And Margot the woodchuck started to tell me I had to publish their story, to show small and big kids that all creatures in nature are living beings and that they love to live too. Of course Margot wanted to play the first violin in the orchestra, but that was OK. She loved to share the attention with her family and friends.
It was Margot, who told me about Eufrazie the hairdresser and how she create a special hairstyle for…
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