I don't get it. If you want to take photos of game, then get yourself a camera, get in the woods, and HUNT for them. You will actually be learning woodsmanship skills at the same time!
The next step is to get these cameras that record in real time, get them hooked up to your computer, and then rig set guns at the camera sites so you can "harvest" your booner without ever setting foot in the woods at all! (And BTW....they CAN do this, and it HAS been done, if you remember that outfit in Texas that was doing just this...).
Imagine, just having all that much more time to play video games from the comfort of home. You could even buy a DVD of sunrises and sunsets to play on your TV so that you could see those too. That's even better than buying DVDs of the latest hunting "celebrities" and living vicariously through them!
This would also be just the ticket for those who don't either have the time or ambition to scout and hunt, or have only small parcels to hunt. Rather than realize that hunting is a sport that REQUIRES a certain amount of dedication and TIME to do properly and to get the most from, and that maybe, just maybe, it's NOT the sport for you at this time of your life because you don't have the time or money, you can have your cake and eat it too, just like the rest of our society.
The point to all this, is WHERE DOES IT ALL END??????? [8|]
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