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Taken on the road to Glen Etive at the weekend.
Used my Sigma 10-20mm to get up close and personal.
Very effective - love the fisheye look!
Can't be too proud if he let you get this close to him. Great image IMO. Maybe because I don't see ione like it often regardless of that technicals handled well. Really is a great image.
Almost as if the stag asked you which side you wanted him!!
Superb image, excellent use of a wide-angle lens!
unbelievable ...we're are surrounded by stags and even if you pull over in the car and switch engine off they bolt..this is a cracker
Excellent shot, can't believe how close you were! I have a Sigma 10-20mm and you must have only been a couple feet away, worth it though!
excellent use of focal lenght
This Is Amazing!!!
I Love The Way The Stag Seems To Come Out Of The Screen.
I love it! Superb shot!
great colours love the stag the shot really is amazing.
strange image, but it works really well, nicely composed
This is the best stag shot I have ever seen, love the angle and the colours are great - just wish it were mine!
Bravery award gold to get this close. Looks fantastic wide
great capture, the sky is wonderful , it has an almost 3d quality, you could see the stag walking straight out at you
His head is massive boy you must have been close smelling his breath
Thanks to everyone for the really kind comments.
great shot. you must have been close.
WOW this is so close up what great detail it brings out
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