Don't worry, I've done it too. I put my camera up once to try to catch a bachelor group of tom turkeys that I had been seeing. I picked the spot where I wanted to hang the camera, and started trying to put it on the tree with some bungee cords. I didn't even notice when I picked the camera up that something was wrong. Only when I started looking at the "pictures" did I realize what was wrong with my setup. I was trying so hard to get the camera at the right height and facing the right way that I didn't even notice the thing was facing down at about a 30 degree angle. The turkeys would have had to peck on the camera for me to get a picture... One picture of the dirt was all I got out of that little experiment.
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