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tetanus and meds, oh my
tetanus and meds, oh my
jgirl57


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Challenge: Medication (Standard Editing)
Camera: Pentax K-3
Lens: Pentax SMC D FA 100mm F2.8 Macro WR
Date: Sep 6, 2016
Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/90
Date Uploaded: Sep 7, 2016

I looovveee macroland!!! My favorite type of photography. With my wildlife it has stopped alot of my hobbies. Done with my 100mm macro lens and a plain flashlight....This is what happens when you get bit by wildlife..
First major bite and it was from an adult squirrel I did not raise as a baby but took in as an adult. Not their fault of their own but only by fear as they were scared and had no clue what was going on as I got him when he was unconscious from being found in a water hole drowned from a storm. That guy was released later on in that day after he recovered.However, a tetanus shot and 2 weeks of antibiotics and a scar/bump for life on my finger remains as reminder of what I love to do.

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09/15/2016 12:55:24 AM
Well that can't be fun. A tetanus shot feels as if someone slugged you in the arm. Get better soon.
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