Thursday, September 08, 2011

Vandal tries to destroy one of my cameras

I had 2 cameras aimed at a well used otter log and I didn't realize the the farther camera had the closer one in its field of view, this was fortunate because I ended up with a good picture as the camera was being vandalized. I had forgotten to turn on the camera that was vandalized so missed some good pictures.

I showed the photos to our local police officer and wanted quick action to apprehend this vandal that I believed was still in the area and a night search would be best. Can't print what the officer said to me, but made me believe it wasn't going to happen...

This picture shows the vandal spotting the camera.
















Vandal attacking the camera...


















Cropped to show a better view ...


5 Comments:

At 2:19 PM, Blogger PBurns said...

As someone who deals with law enforcement every day, my suggestion is to frame your complaint very carefully. For example, I would lead with the following line: A KNOWN THIEF OF JELLY-FILLED DONUTS has struck again, this time turning his attention to camera vandalism." Cops may not care about your camera, but donuts? They will use lethal force to protect those!

 
At 5:24 PM, Blogger cliff said...

They were very attentive until they identified the vandal while looking at my photograph, at that moment the night pursuit seemed to fade and I believe the meeting of the minds was lost..

 
At 7:27 AM, OpenID gamercameo said...

Nice shot!! I've never got any pictures so close like this.

 
At 9:28 PM, Anonymous rsgold said...

Very interesting, ha ha!!!
RS Gold

 
At 8:24 AM, Blogger Mark bapist said...

Really Vandal are very wild life in nature.In near shot a photograph is too diffucult.But you take nice shot.First time i seen Vandal pic in closer.Thanks a lot share this.If you are looking for a bestTrail camera featured product here you can find all camera in best price.

Thanks a lot!
Mark Bapist

 

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