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Oct 16, 2016 18:18 |  #76

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Oct 16, 2016 20:58 |  #78

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Good one. They do love apples.:-)


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Nice looking buck.:-)


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Oct 16, 2016 23:03 |  #80

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Nice looking buck.:-)

Nice looking photo :-)


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Oct 17, 2016 01:10 |  #81

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Oct 17, 2016 10:09 |  #82

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Did he know you were there?


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Oct 17, 2016 10:54 |  #83

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Did he know you were there?

Thanks for asking - I love to share the stories behind the photos!

Yes, he knew I was there. In fact, I had been fortunate enough to photograph him for about a half hour, but eventually he grew tired of me and, well, just had enough. So he left; just walked off thru the woods. And he lt me know in his own subtle way that I was not welcome to follow him anymore.


This image (below) was taken shortly after I first found him; he was surprising tolerant of me. And that was a good thing, because I had been trying to photograph him for two weeks, with no luck. Good thing he came around when he did - it was the last day of my trip!


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Oct 17, 2016 11:43 |  #84

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Very nice Tom. Was this photo taken during the rut?:-)

Yes. In fact, I had been fortunate enough to photograph him for about a half hour, but eventually he grew tired of me and, well, just had enough. So he left; just walked off thru the woods. And he lt me know in his own subtle way that I was not welcome to follow him anymore.


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Oct 17, 2016 12:25 |  #85

Tom Reichner wrote in post #18159204 (external link)
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Thanks for asking - I love to share the stories behind the photos!

Yes, he knew I was there. In fact, I had been fortunate enough to photograph him for about a half hour, but eventually he grew tired of me and, well, just had enough. So he left; just walked off thru the woods. And he lt me know in his own subtle way that I was not welcome to follow him anymore.

This image (below) was taken shortly after I first found him; he was surprising tolerant of me. And that was a good thing, because I had been trying to photograph him for two weeks, with no luck. Good thing he came around when he did - it was the last day of my trip!
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He sure is beautiful, I'm hoping to get some lucky shots this Winter of a Buck I like to call Big Boy (I posted some images on this thread of him, he's big).


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Was this photo taken during the rut?

Hey, Terry

Yup - during the peak of the rut, which is in mid-December where this was taken in the Tennessee part of the Smoky Mountains.

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He sure is beautiful, I'm hoping to get some lucky shots this Winter of a Buck I like to call Big Boy (I posted some images on this thread of him, he's big).

I've seen your shots of Big Boy . . . he's awesome! I really hope you are able to get some good rut images of him - I'm sure he will be quite a beast when is musculature is all swollen up from testosterone!

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Oct 17, 2016 15:28 |  #87

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Hey, Terry

Yup - during the peak of the rut, which is in mid-December where this was taken in the Tennessee part of the Smoky Mountains.

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I've seen your shots of Big Boy . . . he's awesome! I really hope you are able to get some good rut images of him - I'm sure he will be quite a beast when is musculature is all swollen up from testosterone!

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I hope so, I think he stays in this particular area since there is no hunting allowed. It's a little refuge around and behind the Angel Mounds Historic Site in Evansville, IN and many deer use it to avoid hunting. I've seen him and a few younger bucks that look like they could possibly be his offspring. I think I've posted pics of them on here too.


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Oct 17, 2016 15:59 |  #88

Tom Reichner wrote in post #18159414 (external link)
Hey, Terry

Yup - during the peak of the rut, which is in mid-December where this was taken in the Tennessee part of the Smoky Mountains.

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I've seen your shots of Big Boy . . . he's awesome! I really hope you are able to get some good rut images of him - I'm sure he will be quite a beast when is musculature is all swollen up from testosterone!

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Thanks for the update Tom. That is a great time to find these nice bucks. Hope to see more nice pics like these after this years rut. Good luck to you getting more and sharing them.:-)


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A fawn in my yard. Mom was close by. I suspect the injury is the result of a coyote attack. I never saw the fawn again, I don't know if it lived


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thats a bit nasty.. I prefer they take um down for good


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