Fixing bugs with the EXIF parser

I am currently working on fixing the EXIF parser for the photo uploader. It seems to not appreciate certain image files exported from Lightroom 6.0.

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Coyote pups

On Friday the 27th, three pups were roughhousing while their mother watched carefully.

On Sunday, one of the cute pups got close enough for me to snag a nice photo of it, with no cropping to boot. One of its parents started barking nearby, possibly as a warning to keep my distance.

Today, they started a howl, and quite a few pups joined in. I'm guessing they were all thinking one thing: Fresh meat!

Coyote pup

Nikon D330070.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6300 mmf/5.61/1250 sec.ISO 220Map

Coyote

Nikon D330070.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6300 mmf/5.61/1250 sec.ISO 400Map

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Coyotes at Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve

While I didn't get any worthwhile pictures from today's trip, I found a pair of coyotes, likely raising a family, at the Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve. It wasn't very active otherwise. There were a few eared grebes and ruddy ducks practicing courtship, but they were beyond the range of my lens to shoot, as were the aforementioned coyotes.

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Cornerstone Park

Today's trip to Cornerstone Park in Henderson was quite fruitful. The geese were nesting, and goslings were plentiful. Eared grebes were in their breeding plumage, and a pair of double-crested cormorants posed nicely.

Canada goslings

Nikon D330070.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6300 mmf/5.61/1250 sec.ISO 800Map

Eared grebe

Nikon D330070.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6300 mmf/5.61/1000 sec.ISO 280Map

Eared grebe

Nikon D330070.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6300 mmf/5.61/1000 sec.ISO 360Map

Redhead

Nikon D330070.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6300 mmf/5.61/1000 sec.ISO 640Map

Least sandpiper

Nikon D330070.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6300 mmf/5.61/1000 sec.ISO 160Map

Double-crested cormorants

Nikon D330070.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6300 mmf/5.61/1250 sec.ISO 220Map

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Gallery Under Construction

As is probably obvious, I have given up on the 365 project. In fact, I gave up on that back in mid-January. I did get a few cool pictures out of it, but I have been focusing more on developing the backend and visiting the local wildlife preserves. The blog itself will likely not get as much use until the gallery and photo viewing pages have been fleshed out.

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