Peek-a-boo by catsmeowb

Peek-a-boo

what an exercise in frustration for me, having all these shots of this moose staring at me and not being able to see him. saw him very clearly when he was standing live in front of me. colors should be colors? i just don't get it. but. here is the best i can do after hours and hours of looking at those shots. well. probably can do much better but my eyes are crazy and i simply don't don't know what to do. green, brown, it all looks the same. . . at least i found him. such a young guy. glad he was on his way up the hill and not towards the road.
Love it. It took me a minute to spot him.
May 27th, 2015  
this is cropped! imagine the full size photo and trying to find him - no, 20 shots, and he is in different poses. some walking, so only his back is showing. i knew which ones where which but boy, oh boy, i have been going crazy. do not see greens correctly. know this but have not had this much trouble in ages. thank you for commenting.
May 27th, 2015  
I guess he was camera shy
May 27th, 2015  
I did find him, but it took me a minute of so. Just goes to show, the human eye sees more than the camera.
May 27th, 2015  
Very difficult to spot him, but I did.
May 28th, 2015  
@bkbinthecity moose seem to be shy and quiet animals. when we lived in maine, we had a very large barn and one would come in, eat our horses' grain, sleep in the hay, then be gone by morning. we never saw him except outside of the fence line by the trees. the horses loved him. i said we should just make him a stall. my husband said we should put him in the freezer. i was horrified. he lived a long and happy life as long as we were there.
May 28th, 2015  
@henrir he is a young guy but seems to know he blends in with his surroundings. was happy watching us watch him. we were there for about half an hour. so disappointed i didn't get better shots.
May 28th, 2015  
@sangwann i did the best i could to bring him out of the photo but i really don't know what else to do. i had such a hard time of even finding him in there. thank goodness for hdr.
May 28th, 2015  
Sue
Oh THERE he is! I had to look quite hard at first, This is a brilliant shot, shows how well camouflaged they are! Thanks for the follow Camille, following back!
May 28th, 2015  
@sioux thank you, was so hard to find him in all that foliage. they are masters at hiding, that is for sure!
May 28th, 2015  
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