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Midnight Applenappers; thieves in the night.

 
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Sep 05, 2009 09:51 |  #16

PhotosGuy wrote in post #6881589 (external link)
Then, looking out the window after dark, I saw these.
(Damn doorway! I couldn't see it when I was shooting.)

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Focusing in the dark isn't easy. AI Servo wouldn't lock on, so I used MF & shifted a bit for each shot.

That's no doorway - and no wonder you couldn't see it - it's a ghostly portal that the deer use to teleport in near the tree!

The leftmost deer is just exiting, as shown by the streak of red light!

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Sep 06, 2009 22:05 |  #17

You're welcome, ford_JJ!

it's a ghostly portal that the deer use to teleport in near the tree!

Seems that way sometimes with them!

(Maybe time to get back on those meds, too!)


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Jan 13, 2010 09:00 |  #18

IMAGE: http://www.borealphotography.com/img/v7/p1015251599.jpg

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Jan 13, 2010 10:58 |  #19

What a great series. I've never seen a 3 legged deer.


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