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Dec 03, 2017 09:52 |  #316

A lot of great shots of some big deer!They dont grow that big here in Fl..Ha




  
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Dec 03, 2017 16:24 |  #317

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Dec 07, 2017 09:59 |  #318

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Dec 07, 2017 10:49 |  #319

Im just getting back in to photography, but these are some I took a while back living in CT. They were traveling together in the state forest near Gillette Castle on the CT River.


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Dec 07, 2017 12:57 |  #320

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Dec 15, 2017 17:09 |  #322

300 plus yards in the shade.


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Jan 04, 2018 19:41 |  #324

Ya so I was the one being stalked


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Jan 04, 2018 19:44 |  #325

Um on my way back from grocery shopping

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Jan 04, 2018 21:33 |  #326

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Um on my way back from grocery shopping

Oy! Quite the biggun. Nice catch!

Quick story: my wife, my best friend, and I went on our annual Christmas season photo tour last weekend, about a 300-mile trip. On the way back we were trucking hard up the climb on I90 from Vantage to Ryegrass (eastern Washington, crossing the Columbia) in the early evening darkness. For those who don't know the area, it is very rural, unpopulated and dark. Really dark. Traffic was light, but suddenly a car about 150 feet ahead of us made an abrupt maneuver. Being the ever diligent driver that my friend is, he backed off a bit to see why the other driver did that, keeping a wary eye on the situation. As we passed the spot where the other car had maneuvered, there was a lovely and quite huge Elk cow standing on the shoulder right inside the fog line. Yikes! She just stood there, staring nonchalantly in the direction of traffic as if she were waiting on a bus. She almost seemed as if she was familiar with these large noisy things moving along their grey path, and how to negotiate their presence. One always hopes this is so, but sometimes idealism loses out to reality and subsequent tragedy.

This climb is approximately ten miles long and is in a relatively narrow canyon. The canyon is known as an Elk migration area, so we always tread carefully. Yet it is always a bit of a surprise when you do see one right there, up close and personal. (especially peering out at you in the darkness of the night) Too bad it was too dark to get a shot on the fly. Would have been an interesting one


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Jan 04, 2018 21:45 |  #327

pbrimages wrote in post #18533719 (external link)
Oy! Quite the biggun. Nice catch!

Quick story: my wife, my best friend, and I went on our annual Christmas season photo tour last weekend, about a 300-mile trip. On the way back we were trucking hard up the climb on I90 from Vantage to Ryegrass (eastern Washington, crossing the Columbia) in the early evening darkness. For those who don't know the area, it is very rural, unpopulated and dark. Really dark. Traffic was light, but suddenly a car about 150 feet ahead of us made an abrupt maneuver. Being the ever diligent driver that my friend is, he backed off a bit to see why the other driver did that, keeping a wary eye on the situation. As we passed the spot where the other car had maneuvered, there was a lovely and quite huge Elk cow standing on the shoulder right inside the fog line. Yikes! She just stood there, staring nonchalantly in the direction of traffic as if she were waiting on a bus. She almost seemed as if she was familiar with these large noisy things moving along their grey path, and how to negotiate their presence. One always hopes this is so, but sometimes idealism loses out to reality and subsequent tragedy.

This climb is approximately ten miles long and is in a relatively narrow canyon. The canyon is known as an Elk migration area, so we always tread carefully. Yet it is always a bit of a surprise when you do see one right there, up close and personal. (especially peering out at you in the darkness of the night) Too bad it was too dark to get a shot on the fly. Would have been an interesting one

Cool encounters.. This Moose was with three or four others.. I wipped around to see a truck going around one crossing the road. I should have gone for a look today but never got out.


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Jan 04, 2018 21:53 |  #328

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Cool encounters.. This Moose was with three or four others.. I wipped around to see a truck going around one crossing the road. I should have gone for a look today but never got out.

Let me just say, I envy your photographic playground ;-)a


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Jan 04, 2018 21:58 |  #329

pbrimages wrote in post #18533725 (external link)
Let me just say, I envy your photographic playground ;-)a

Ya .. its great.. I'm lucky in that respect. Bush = critters I'd sure like to get a sizeable rack in the snow


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