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Great idea to be proactive! Unfortunately this weekend is pretty packed with a funeral tomorrow, dinner at my mom's on Sunday, and taking care of animals for a friend who is out of town. Hopefully I'll get a chance next week to do more photography, maybe Monday. That's my go-to for getting myself out of my head and out into the world where I forget about my anxiety for a while. When I'm photographing wildlife, even if it's just the blackbirds near my house, I forget everything else and my pain and anxiety melts away during that moment. I take my camera everywhere anymore because I never know when I might find an opportunity. Here's my online photo album for anyone who might be curious about my photography:http://500px.com/KentTurner
Thanks, I'm glad you like my photographs! I haven't been photographing birds for long- just since this March really when I got a zoom lens. now I'm saving up for a telephoto so I can get more birds! It's become a bit of an obsession. But that's pretty typical for me and my hobbies... This one is good though because it gets me off my behind and outside walking, which is good for me!
I also use Canon, my largest zoom is a humble 70-250mm but I'm saving for a 400mm prime to do birding. You should definitely get your lens out! It's a great excuse to get outside that doesn't feel like an excuse!