These were taken at Fossil Creek Regional Open Space and Running Deer Natural Area in Fort Collins. All were taken with my new 170-300mm lens (equivalent of 340-600mm on my Olympus E-510).

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I finally got my first Blackberry – a Curve 8320 Titanium. It came in the mail today and I left it in the box because I knew once I got it out that would be the end of work for the day.

I got it for one reason – so I can catch emails while out at meetings. Some days, like last Thursday, I spend 4-5 hours away at client or networking meetings, and being able to quickly respond to an important email is critical sometimes. I figure if it gets me just one additional hour of work per month, it’s earned its keep.

I’m excited to see what it can do…