We have a few deer that visit us almost every day to feast on the corn and apples my wife puts out for them. I seldom get any photo opps since they usually come well after dark. The weather has been extremely hot and dry here lately, but I don't know if that's affecting their schedule and bringing them by earlier. I finally had a chance this week to get some photos in late evening light that aren't the best, but at least I got some. All taken with the D2H, 24-120 VR, handheld -- tripod would have helped but likely spooked them even more -- realized after I took all the shots that I had forgotten to turn the VR on! Lost a lot of the shots to movement as a result. I hope they come back again before dark -- I'll be prepared with the 70-200 and have the VR on!! These must be yearlings because they're still letting the young buck tag along: 1/30s f/5.6 at 120.0mm iso640 Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Closer crop of the young buck 1/30s f/5.6 at 120.0mm iso640 View attachment 10487 And this is what they thought of me taking their photos -- note the raspberries I'm getting from the deer looking at me! 1/40s f/5.6 at 120.0mm iso640 View attachment 10488 Comments, critiques, suggestions are always welcome!