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  • Fox in the snow

    Thanks Suzicoo & Growmore.
    it wasnt that cold I think... but keeping on one spot for a while and with a frozen jeans and shoes it gets cold quickly Smile
    • 21 Jan 2013 1:01PM
  • Friends

    Thank you Ray,
    I made several shots but found this one striking at first sight.
    Thank you for commenting.
    • 7 Oct 2012 4:42PM
  • Orwell Bridge

    I like this shot, great done
    nice combination with the colour, so the car (nice car) stands out of the scene.
    also how the bridge fade's away is nicely done
    only one little thing.. would like to see the car more in front, think it would be more powerfull. ( and still with the bridge in the scene)

    Co.
    • 5 Oct 2011 8:21PM
  • Deer

    Thats some awesome dof and sharpness on the deer.
    amazing colours, superb.
    • 5 Oct 2011 8:06PM
  • Roseberry Glow

    superB, amazing colour's and cracking scene.
    • 1 Oct 2011 3:28PM
  • Morning Stag

    Amazing,
    nice photo of a nice setting, with a nice stag Smile
    • 1 Oct 2011 3:26PM
  • A Fallow deer's rest


    Quote:Nice shot, well captured. How did you manage to get so close.

    Dave.



    On this location it's easy,
    at day-time those fallow deers are resting and are to bussy in their minds with the (how do you call that in english) getting the females to their side
    and the sexual feelings, (burling) that loud sound they make to the concurents.
    so I entered this part of the woods where I think a 15 male deer's had their own part of the wood, and relaxing into some self made holes.
    I noticed that you realy can approach them close ( I did the 6 meter) but he started to burling to me, and waving his head, so I made some more space between him and me Smile

    also noticed, I had attached the cam onto the tripod, and made a fast shot without detaching the cam from tripod, so I lifted the tripod and placed it horizontal, at that point the deer looked at me if I was his concurent, so ueh... not a good plan to do that Smile
    • 26 Sep 2011 7:41PM
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