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Oh deer, what are you hiding from ?

Discussion in 'Birds' started by Elf_8, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. I guess this is a young specimen that has still to learn about how to hide...
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    Nikon D70
    2005/11/06 11:23:39.1
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  2. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Very handsome Deer.

    Nice shot. I am glad it did not hide to much....
     
  3. Bob Coutant

    Bob Coutant Moderator Moderator

    May 17, 2005
    Pleasantville Ohio
    Nice shot. They can exhibit variable behavior -- I've had them look at me as if to say "What do you want?" or "Why are you standing in my path?" Other times, they sniff the breeze and run. I never know what to expect from the next one. I guess that's part of the challenge and the fun.
     
  4. Flew

    Flew

    994
    Jan 25, 2005
    Alabama
    Very nice capture Christian. I've seen (and taken) more than a few deer shots, and this one sits right in there with the best.

    Well done. :smile:
     
  5. Thanks. This is a herd that strives in a Provincial Park right off Montreal. It's a group of isalnds on which they can multiply without any predator. The deers are familiar with humans, but don't come much close.
     
  6. Christian,
    These guys know that standing still is potentialy "hiding". Most wildlife, particularly predators work off of movement, so essentially still equals invisible. Nice cpture. I am going to do my best to get a few similar soon.
    Dave
     
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