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May 22, 2019 16:16 |  #691

Not sure if it suits the thread title but here is another one:

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May 22, 2019 20:32 |  #692

Green Day. She had a fawn with her you can’t see.


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May 22, 2019 23:08 |  #693

This little mule deer buck was trying to decide what to eat on this fine spring day.:-)


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May 23, 2019 09:33 |  #694

mkkaczy wrote in post #18865736 (external link)
Not sure if it suits the thread title but here is another one:
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It does for me,that's a fabulous image....so far the wild fallow rut has eluded us ,we've spent hours trying this last few years but nothing to show. It's one of those must haves for me so come october we'll have another go. Cheers for sharing really inspiring. I'm sort of hoping I miight just get lucky and nab some images of some Roe rutting it must be close now. I've seen sparring but little more,roe seem to be completely out there with their breeding habits .

cheers again cracking image love it !!

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May 26, 2019 14:34 |  #695


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May 26, 2019 18:52 |  #696

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Both are nice, but love the first one.

Thanks for sharing

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May 27, 2019 00:49 |  #697

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Both are nice, but love the first one.

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Thank you!


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Jun 03, 2019 08:49 |  #699

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Loving these Martin it's so nice to see some roe posted, i'm having the best time of my life with Roe of late back in your native blighty:-) wonderful to see especially from EU cheers for sharing

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Jun 03, 2019 08:57 |  #700

Our native Roe deer UK holds a special place for me in my heart,this year i've been fortunate to have two different sites so go at and am probably in the midst of what i'll one day look back on as the best long running chance in my life. We'll see but it is really good I have never had so many to try to get close to before. this last week i've had 5 on one night trying to work out what I am doing the circling and stamping/barking thing roe do so often,they can be so curious.

A few bucks for ya'll:-) all are full frame:

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Jun 03, 2019 09:06 |  #701

Sounds wrote in post #18871859 (external link)
Our native Roe deer UK holds a special place for me in my heart,this year i've been fortunate to have two different sites so go at and am probably in the midst of what i'll one day look back on as the best long running chance in my life. We'll see but it is really good I have never had so many to try to get close to before. this last week i've had 5 on one night trying to work out what I am doing the circling and stamping/barking thing roe do so often,they can be so curious.

A few bucks for ya'll:-) all are full frame:

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thanks for looking

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Good ones Stu. Especially like #3. The yellows and greens work very well with that portrait.ߙ


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Jun 03, 2019 13:54 as a reply to  @ KT29's post |  #702

thanks Terry I do too....it's all the blurry stuff :lol: We know what the blurry bkg and fkg are but hopefully the subject is sharp in the right bits and sort of melts into the blur. the joy of being just above a layer of vegatation. Terry I love trying to make images of beasties like this. I'm not saying it's any good just they appeal to me.

The story is a bit funny,it's raining I wear specs I'm all but blind,I elect to get to him dry specs make some pics. My drying cloth is sodden(crawling in 18inches of grass does that) I completely forget the back up I always carry,the very bkg and fore element I love^^^ make getting a clean image even getting focus of at least some of his face barely possible. All the while fella is dancing around me like a good un' and I simply can't see. It was this massive comedy of errors. I got back and started to look through all these frames destined for the bin,such a lovely experience all the while i'm saying to myself just one or two please............... just one or maybe two please:-) I'll take this one buddy.

It seems folks like image i make when I can't see very well Terry:-D man ya gotta smile at that there is a lovely irony to that.;-)a

Terry I've played looking at deer a long long time,way before image making, I'm in the middle of a gift as a deer wanna be image maker I doubt I'll ever find something quite like this again in my life time with our native roe. It really makes me hate having to work it's very hard not to get almost addicted. to making the most of what is happening now. It's fascinating watching maybe 8 to 10 bucks set up for the rut. I know nothing of it bar these deer are very unusual,they will rut in july I guess but the does delay implantation for 4 months,so the kids are being born right now,apparently the only ungulate to do this. I think they claim areas rather than have "stands" they seem to be evenly spread about !1 As well as the image making it's fascinating trying to work out what is going on. They are smaller than the pictures tell you ,they are actually smaller than I thought as someone that watches!!


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Jun 12, 2019 15:30 |  #703

Photographed this whitetail doe a couple of days ago. She is a local that resides along the creek below my pasture. Last year she had twins. She is recognized by the scar across the bridge of her nose. I photographed her and her fawns a few time last year. Saw her yesterday evening in the pasture. Was quite obvious she has had her fawn/fawns. Can't wait till she starts to bring them out in the open so that I can get a photo.:-)


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Jun 12, 2019 18:25 |  #704

KT29 wrote in post #18876691 (external link)
Photographed this whitetail doe a couple of days ago. She is a local that resides along the creek below my pasture. Last year she had twins. She is recognized by the scar across the bridge of her nose. I photographed her and her fawns a few time last year. Saw her yesterday evening in the pasture. Was quite obvious she has had her fawn/fawns. Can't wait till she starts to bring them out in the open so that I can get a photo.:-)

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Real nice shot Terry. bet she has at least two again and you will be getting photos in about 3 weeks. I like it when you get to know some individual deer, bucks usually real easy but does not so much.


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Jun 12, 2019 22:57 |  #705

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Real nice shot Terry. bet she has at least two again and you will be getting photos in about 3 weeks. I like it when you get to know some individual deer, bucks usually real easy but does not so much.

Thanks Steve. I’m looking forward to seeing and photographing her with her new fawn/fawns.ߙ


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