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Death and Dematerialization by BlauesSternWolf Death and Dematerialization :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 0 0 Rabanastre Nights by BlauesSternWolf Rabanastre Nights :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 2 4 Stardusk by BlauesSternWolf Stardusk :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 0 0 Shapes by BlauesSternWolf Shapes :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 0 0 West Lake South Trail - Final Point by BlauesSternWolf West Lake South Trail - Final Point :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 2 0 Dragons of a Scale by BlauesSternWolf Dragons of a Scale :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 0 3 Red Sun by BlauesSternWolf Red Sun :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 1 0 Wonderful Evening by BlauesSternWolf Wonderful Evening :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 4 4 Vivitar Unifilted Macro by BlauesSternWolf Vivitar Unifilted Macro :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 0 0 Big Moth by BlauesSternWolf Big Moth :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 0 7 Top Owl by BlauesSternWolf Top Owl :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 1 0 Owls by BlauesSternWolf Owls :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 3 0 Burrowing Owls by BlauesSternWolf Burrowing Owls :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 1 0 Eastern Gray Squirrel by BlauesSternWolf Eastern Gray Squirrel :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 0 0 Gray Squirrel with Cracker by BlauesSternWolf Gray Squirrel with Cracker :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 5 0 Land Crab by BlauesSternWolf Land Crab :iconblauessternwolf:BlauesSternWolf 0 0

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Alvar
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BlauesSternWolf

Associates in Arts with High Honors from BC for Geography
Now planning to finish bachelors at UF

I used to draw regularly, and take photos as well. But they weren't that great. Art was just a hobby for me, now it's a rare occasion.

If anyone tells you it's impossible to read in dreams, tell them they're wrong. I read stuff in dreams quite often, in full color too. You can use all of your senses in dreams too.
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Silvanoxia Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017
 thanks you very much forthe llama :D
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BlauesSternWolf Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I have a few photos you might find interesting. I wish they were better though since I was still new with my camera at the time and had no tripod or polarizer filter. These were on display in a hallway at college.
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Vefantur Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for the faves and watch :)
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BlauesSternWolf Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Wonderful photos and really cool landscape to explore. Snow, mountains, and vast forests are things I don't have around here, nor things that I have ever seen in person unfortunately.
Also found it interesting you have a Pentax. I've been thinking of going Pentax for my next camera so it's cool to see more photos from one. I always hear it's not good for wildlife because the fast auto-focus is not there. Do you ever see wildlife when you're out shooting?
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Vefantur Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
I think now poor AF in Pentaxes is a myth. In my K-5II it works pretty well. I have old K-200 too, AF is much worse, but still camera takes nice pictures ;)
If You want to take pictures of wildlife You need telephoto lens which usually is very demanding for AF system. So, for sure quite cheap telephoto zoom (like my 55-300) is not ideal for wildlife. But it is problem in all systems, for lenses with high focal length AF works well only in expensive and bright ones ;) But still, it is possible to take nice picture for example of bird with a cheap telephoto ;)
In my opinion Pentaxes are great for outdoor shooting. Cameras are small, usually weathersealed (which is very rare and very useful) and well designed :)
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BlauesSternWolf Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
My camera came with a free 75-300mm which starts at ƒ/4 but has no image stabilizer and 300mm is very sensitive to movement. I think I'd rather be using the Pentax 55-300mm, wider zoom range is convenient and the Pentax lens is weather resistant. My lens is about half the price though, the ones with image stabilizers are doubled in price, making them about equivalent. The trade offs might be minor.
I was recently looking up Pentax lenses and more about the K-70. Whenever and if ever I have the money, I'm going to go with the K-70 next. Weather-sealing was what originally got me interested in Pentax, there is the Canon 7D MkII, but it costs two to three times as much as the K-70. Then getting the K-70 with the 18-135mm lens makes the deal even better since it reduces the lens price, and I want a 18-135mm lens. So the K-70 is speaking to me from all directions, even the little things like the red screen mode to keep your eyes dilated at night. Or I could start my Pentax journey with a used K-50.
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slowdog294 Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2016  Professional Photographer
Many thanks for the watch, Sir. :bow: I am deeply honored. :D
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BlauesSternWolf Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I still haven't looked at all your photos yet, some of the park ones have been cool locations. Once college starts again, I'll be back to rarely signing on dA.

Speaking of parks, heard they're trying to hire lately. I have two parks near the beach that I can walk to, so I've been meaning to apply for a weekend job or whatever works with my college schedule. I have almost no work experience, so hopefully being in college now will give my record a boost.
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slowdog294 Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2016  Professional Photographer
Join the service as a Volunteer. Do this as an Intern at one of these state parks. You will work right alongside the Rangers as one of them, although you will not get paid. When they see what you are made of, they might hire you on and pin that badge on your tunic. Becoming a Park Ranger is a competition of honor rather than straight up hire. If you volunteer, it greatly increases your chance of being hired because you will undergo the training needed for the job. In the USNPS, as is with all state units, there is a wide variety of specialist positions from law to research. Rangers get to do it all, but you will specialize in an area of duty that best suits your skills. There can never be too many Rangers, my friend. Here's to hoping you make the grade and get under the flat hat.
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BlauesSternWolf Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm currently an honor's student, so my grades are going good. My next term should be much easier than the one I just finished. Glad my math courses are out of the way, but statistics was pretty cool despite the difficulty.
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