As I was in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania, one tree immediately sticked out to me. It was a beautifully by moss covered beech with some little plants creeping out of the roots. So I installed my cameratrap in hope to capture some wildlife passing this distinct tree. In fact I additionally installed a small trail- camera for observing the cameratrap and the surrounding. A badger, a fox and even a bear strolled by for having a closer look on my setup. But unfortunately they all came from the wrong direction and leaving again without posing in front of the camera, except this one yellow-necked mouse. It triggered the infrared sensor once and was off again. Luckily it was sitting just in the right direction and not with the back to the camera.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 7D|
|Copyright:||© Bernhard Schubert|