Wildlife has a nasty habit of not holding still or appearing where you want it to. From one of the hides at Potteric Carr I was trying to photograph both small birds on the feeders and a pheasant and squirrel that were walking about just in front of the hide. I needed the extra lens to photograph the small birds but didn't have the time or the patience to keep taking it on and off to try and photograph the squirrel. So in the end I just took some photos at the lowest zoom I could manage with the lens attached. These are x15.4 zoom from the x7 optical zoom of the camera and the x2.2 multiplier of the Raynox lens. The problem though is the vignetting that occurs. Fortunately in this photo I actually quite like the effect. I'm not sure if this will be a useful technique for other types of scene but knowing I can produce this effect without relying on a computer is nice.