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mwoods 12 21 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2011 6:16PM
How on earth did you get that capture?!

We should be told!

Good. work. Mark.

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saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
21 Aug 2011 6:17PM
A Superb capture ,love it,
saeid
Beladd 6 7 Ireland
21 Aug 2011 6:23PM
Mark,
I was out shooting Landscape in Killarney CO Kerry and she popped up for a few seconds in front of me. I switched the camera settings quickly to Auto for sport and snapped away. I never saw a deer as close before in the wild..........Paddy.
wonkers 7 2 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2011 8:54PM
Absolutely gorgeous.

Jill
mwoods 12 21 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2011 9:17PM
I was thinking, Paddy, that's either a tripped shot (laser etc) or very good luck!

I grew up in Warwickshire where we have similar Chinese Water Deer and I've NEVER got THAT close!

So congratulations on your reactions and a fine shot!

Mark.
Beladd 6 7 Ireland
21 Aug 2011 10:19PM
Hi Mark,

Thanks for viewing my Photo. The shot was unexpected; I was walking to the edge of the hill to capture the valley scene below with the lakes. She had a younger deer with her and I managed to get a few shots before they disappeared into the undergrowth. I like this shot because I managed to capture the beautiful Lakes of Killarney in the background.

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