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The relevance of the hairy woodpecker

We're into the forefront of technology ... and also into niche training. So how does that relate to this picture of the hairy woodpecker?

It's an inhabitant of a niche environment in the Big Basin park (near where we're holidaying), and it's specialised and does well in that niche. I felt there was a bit of a parallel there. And it was also a great opportunity to test out some new technology; that wasn't the easiest of pictures to capture!




This Hairy Woodpecker is found in the low-lit museum at the park Headquarters, and the new video-cum-still camera that I'm testing has a low light setting but no flash - you really can't keep flashing with a video cam. Personally, I'm quite impressed with the results ... here's more of the picture.


(written 2005-12-28, updated 2006-06-05)

 
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