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Lens Luggers offer some tips on their work

LL Susan Lawrence writes… “Ouch! A poke in the eye is imminent for one of these sparring young males. The jabbing antler was partially broken off, leaving a short, blunt tip still capable of doing serious injury. Although eye injuries … Continue reading

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Cataloochee Valley Elk – the Rut

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Elk Spring Break

Elk in the spring sure work out the kinks. We were fourtunate to capture on video some of their antics. So, take a two minute break and glimpse nature on purpose. Videoed with a Nikon D90 Body and Nikon 80-200mm … Continue reading

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YEA!! Simpler Name… lensluggers.com

by Bob Grytten The marvel of technology results in a simpler name – lensluggers.com. YEA!!  And get ready for some mountain spring flowers… This Wood Poppy Celandine is one of the early bloomers … Photographed at the Corneille Bryan Native … Continue reading

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THE DAY THE ELK DANCED

by Lens Lugger Sandy Martin The day promised to be one of those crisp, clear Autumn days in Western North Carolina. More specifically, in the Cataloochee Valley, in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. The group of student photographers … Continue reading

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