VOLUME 23 I NUMBER 4
Dave Mance III
Meghan McCarthy McPhaul
Susan C. Morse
John K. Tiholiz
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THE OUTSIDE STORY
Each week we publish a new
nature story on topics ranging
from fall peepers to how
raccoons prepare for winter.
“Beside the pressure cooker
another great vat of salty
vinegar broth prepared to boil,
the bloated garlic cloves within
shuttering, guided by some
From: Fall Canning
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Photo by Tig Tillinghast
“My wife spotted the ermine on the back
stone wall that wraps around our house,”
said photographer Tig Tillinghast. “It zipped
in and out of holes in the wall, moving along
in one direction. Afraid to be seen, I crept
out the door on the opposite side of the house
and waited for the ermine to reach the part
of the wall on that side. When it saw me, it
stopped for just under half a minute, allowing
me to try several different camera settings,
this picture being 1/25th second at ISO 400
and f/7.1 on a Canon 7DII at 400mm.”