Thursday morning found the region blanketed in a shallow layer of dense freezing fog so I dipped out into the country for a better look. The session would have been more productive had my damaged cable release from a previous incident not start to act up. This would not be a problem however, my 300D shutter button quit last year so I have had to utilize a cable release since that time. It makes for a steady shot but is a hassle sometimes and has had me cussing on more than one occasion. I have already burned out one release and it looks like I will be buying another before long. Anyways, when it did want to work, the end result including the first image of high altitude snow geese through the fog was a relief. I did however miss a hawk, a kestrel and an entire herd of deer leaping one by one over a tall fence within close range. Words cannot describe my disgust for blowing that one...
I would end up at a small park in Logan County.
Hoping for a fogbow, it never happened.
As for the release, I broke it open so to examine the wires and contacts. I tore apart the last one to know how the inside appears so I did not fear that I would damage anything any further than it may have already been. Jiggling the wires around inside, it seemed to respond so I put it back together the best I could with what was the only thing available. Yet another jury rig added to the list of fail, we'll see how long this lasts?