I can’t believe it is August already. Things have been a little hectic around here lately with July being consumed with the Bix7 race and probably more disrupting is I accepted a new job opportunity within my company. So now I have the stress of getting up to speed on my new job while spending every available minute organizing and documenting for a hand off of my previous duties. But with all that going on, I did find some time to look into something that has been circling around the noggin for awhile. Let’s start with a quick experiment. Take a look at this picture from the previous post on bobcats at Wildlife Prairie Park.
Okay, now take a gander at this image:
So, what were the main differences that you noticed? If you said the first one was larger then you are both correct and possess a passion for the obvious. If you also noticed the crop was slightly different then again correct and your analysis skills are starting to rev up. Lastly, if you noticed the second one has a slightly different black tone and the vibrancy was reduced slightly then you have started developing your keen photography eye… oh, and correct again. However, none of these things were part of the experiment. The answer is actually much more “smug” than that and can be found after the jump.