A wildlife photography blog post describing an encounter with a North American beaver at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma.
When I saw this tree with damage from a Beaver, I thought it looked like unfinished art. This tree was in an area known as Miner’s Cove which is at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma.
I parked on the road and photographed this tree from my pickup. I had my camera and lens resting on a bean bag draped over an open window.
- Camera: Fujifilm X-T3
- Lens: Canon EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS II (attached with a Fringer EF-FX Pro)
- Location: Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge (Oklahoma)
- Date and Time Taken: April 18, 2021 (08:02 A. M.)
- Aperture Priority
- Aperture: f7.1
- Shutter speed: 1/680 (as determined by the camera)
- ISO: 2000
- White Balance: Auto
- Metering Mode: Multi
- Back-button Focus
- Single Point Continuous Auto Focus
- Exposure Compensation: -1.0
- Focal Length: 400 mm
- Processed With Luminar 4