ARCHERY AND FORAGING – GETTING BACK TO SOME NEGLECTED FOREST CRAFTS!

These last 2-3 years photography and roaming with the dogs have pretty much supplanted a few of my other outdoor passions. In beautiful autumnal sunshine, two of them got a bit of love today.

It’s a long Pine Mushroom (Saffron Milk Cap Lactaria deliciosa) season in 2020. This lovely harvest was in between where I stood and the old stump I was shooting at in my long overdue instinctive archery stumping session.
This is a frame grab from a video I shot this morning. I’m too much of a skinflint to upgrade my WordPress subscription to premium to load videos here! Pine forest near Castlemaine, Falco Storm bow – this is instinctive archery stump-shooting …
Another video grab – arrow frozen in flight – not bad camera resolution on an object travelling at over 220km/h …

But it works on YouTube

Published by MikrokosmFotos

Dad | Ecologist | Photographer & longbowman every other chance | Here I mix snapshots with intentional fine art. Landscapes, buildings, dogs.

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