A couple of photos of the juvenile Hedgehog which has been visiting the garden each night.
I would expect that this is one from last years litter.
These flash photos were taken through the glass of the back door. Why is there no reflection of the flash from the glass? Firstly I always replace the lens hood supplied with a camera with a flexible one. One which folds back when not in use. As the hood is flexible it is possible to press it against the glass and get a light tight seal which stops the flash reflecting back from the glass to the lens. Even when the camera is pointing at an angle it still maintains that seal. From my experiments this will only work with single glazing. With double glazing the flash is reflected back from the outer layer of glass and ruins the photo.
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