Reflecting Majectic #1

Jason D. Laderoute

Joined March 2008

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3872 × 2592 Pixels 300 DPI, 24 Bit
Camera Nikon D-80, Focal Length 55 mm, F stop 5.6, Exposure 1/320, ISO 100
Patern Metering, Manual Camera Mode, Exposure Compensation -1.7
Taken April 06, 2007, inside Buffalow Paddock, Waterton National Park; Alberta, Canada
This is a very Large Plot of Land that was given in efforts to protect the last Natural Buffalo in it original Habitat. On and off during the Summer Season this area is open to people to view these Magnificent Animals, Though you can drive through a portion of this area to witness and photograph the Bison there is no promise that you will see them and they do tend to hide a bit more as they are completely cut off from any interaction from mankind except in this area, they are naturally reproducing. Though you can drive through this portion of the paddock it is strictly enforced that you stay in your vehicle and any damages incurred to your vehicle property or person is your own discretion; a bad case scenario is not something anyone should risk as these animals will kill you without any effort, and severe damage to your car is highly probable if due respect is not executed.
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