|Copyright: Brian Rouble (brouble)
|Date Taken: 2005-08-26|
|Camera: Canon Digital Rebel XT, 70 - 300mm|
|Exposure: f/5.0, 1/125 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-08-28 10:40|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
The picture was taken through a fence, can people please suggest idea on how to get better results for this type of problem. How can I get better focus ect..
This picture was taken at EcoMuseum, a great place to visit! Here are some details about the place.
Located on the island of Montreal itself, the Ecomuseum is a private, non-profit, 11.3 hectare educational wildlife park - operated by the St. Lawrence Valley Natural History Society - where you can observe and study indigenous fauna and flora in their natural habitats.
Because its mission is to educate as well as to protect, the Society takes special care in providing visitors with the right facilities. Among them, an educational building that houses many species of small fish, amphibians, turtles, and an indoor songbird aviary.
Our opening hours are very convenient. We are open every day of the year, except on Christmas day! We also offer guided tours, birthday parties, and special sleepover nights.
Whether you choose to come alone or as a family,you can observe and mingle with our wildlife,consistent with the welfare of our animals and your personal safety. You'll be able to walk through our aviary, share space with our birds, and admire our raptors uninhibited by restrictive netting. Observe our snakes and turtles at your leisure from the ramps and platforms we provide for that purpose.
Whatever your preference, you can set your own pace and see everything in as little as an hour.
(taken from there web page) www.ecomuseum.ca
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