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I Like Flashing — Confessions of a Wildlife Photographer in the Dark

I never imagined that I would photograph wildlife at night

Racoon photographed with a flash unit at night.
Racoon photographed with a flash unit at night. Note the mosquito flying above its head. © 2021 Randy Runtsch.

The streaking fad, which involved naked people running through public places, was popular in the Seventies. I witnessed one streaking incident mid-decade when a…

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Stories and photos of wildlife from around the world. Articles also cover gear, travel, and other topics related to wildlife watching and photography.

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Randy Runtsch

Randy Runtsch

American Writer | Nature | Photography | Cycling | Travel | History | Data Analytics | Data Engineering | Programming | ko-fi.com/randyruntsch

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