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White Tailed Deer

By glazzaro  
Good evening, hope everyone had a nice weekend. Never finished my deer posts from the other night, here are two that I was able to single out. Hope you like them.

Greg


White-tailed Deer
Odocoileus virginianus


Description:

Size varies greatly; a small to medium-size deer. Tan or reddish brown above in summer; grayish brown in winter. Belly, throat, nose band, eye ring, and inside of ears are white. Tail brown, edged with white above, often with dark stripe down center; white below. Black spots on sides of chin. Bucks antlers have main beam forward, several unbranched tines behind, and a small brow tine; antler spread to 3' (90 cm). Doe rarely has antlers. Fawn spotted. Ht 2745" (68114 cm); L 6' 2"7' (1.882.13 m); T 613" (1533 cm); HF 1920" (47.551.2 cm); Wt male 150310 lb (68141 kg), female 90211 lb (4196 kg).

Breeding:

Reproductive season varies: first 2 weeks in November in north, January or February in south. 13 young born after gestation of about 6 1/2 months.

Habitat:

Farmlands, brushy areas, woods, and suburbs and gardens.

Range:

Southern half of southern tier of Canadian provinces; most of U.S., except far Southwest

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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bengsays 17 13
1 May 2005 7:47PM
great shot! Lots better than yesterdays too, deer are alot clearer, not blocked. Well framed!
1 May 2005 7:53PM
Beautiful shot Greg, We like this version much better too. Well done.

Chris & Holli
donnaree 17 36
1 May 2005 7:58PM
Fantastic shot and framing.

Donna
User_Removed 17 825 Lithuania
1 May 2005 8:00PM
Gorgeous creatures these... well captured!
suleesia 17 176 Malaysia
1 May 2005 8:35PM
Lovely capture, good tones and colour. Nice sheen on the deer! well done!!
rusty 19 Canada
1 May 2005 8:51PM
Nice sharp capture.
mtbrider 18 3
1 May 2005 9:17PM
Beautiful colour and clarity...well taken. *click*
liparig 18 233 United States
1 May 2005 9:40PM
well composed
Joe
jaktis 18 84 Sweden
1 May 2005 10:04PM
For myself I htink that the previous deer-picture had moore attention in it how they investigated the surrounding, but on this the deer are clearer. Both good pictures.

Peter
johnjrp 18 432 5 Australia
1 May 2005 10:19PM
Very nice shot Greg. Like the detail. I am going to be away from a computer for a while so you may get a click without comments if I can get to a computer. click John
sandyb 18 34 United Kingdom
1 May 2005 10:34PM
superb. greg well captured sandyb
1 May 2005 10:41PM
I like both versions, they are excellent ♥Click

:0) Shelley
sybilla 18 264
1 May 2005 10:49PM
Excellent!

Clare
TonyA 17 11 Spain
2 May 2005 12:22AM
Brilliant shot, Greg. Good colors, sharp and good DOF, perfect!!
Love those graceful and elegant animals. That luster of the fur is so good that it looks as if they have been brushed.

Antonio
2 May 2005 12:59AM
a lovely image,great tones and detail,
click samantha
rf 18 United Kingdom
2 May 2005 1:27AM
nice one greg well captured.
arnieg 18 704 England
2 May 2005 1:46AM
excellent shot of these animals
arnie
thorn 18 124 2 Scotland
2 May 2005 1:46AM
Hi Greg,Amazingly beautiful animals.Great dof and detail.Awesome!!!Take care.AnnSmile
jan 1 18 12 Netherlands
2 May 2005 1:50AM
Subleme photography.!
You'r a reall Hunter, Greg.
Jan
deltafour 18 13
2 May 2005 2:15AM
A Wonderful capture. Beautiful animals. Great work Greg.

Stewart.
AngelaR 17 155 United Kingdom
2 May 2005 2:32AM
Nice capture Greg.
User_Removed 17 132
2 May 2005 3:00AM
yet another cracker. loving your work
sten
User_Removed 18 386 2 United Kingdom
2 May 2005 3:05AM
A beautiful capture.
Click!

Lucien.
Jimbob 17 9 England
2 May 2005 3:21AM
fabulous capture greg well done jimbo
covey 17 1.7k Ireland
2 May 2005 3:51AM
Love this Greg, so different for you. The framing is excellent as is the wide crop.

T.
taggart Plus
18 47 15 United States
2 May 2005 5:44AM
The deer again, and a good one---looks like you shampooed and brushed them--Very sharp and clear image!
ginz04 18 281 20 United Kingdom
2 May 2005 5:58AM
hi greg I dont think this is one of your better pictures - it lacks a bit of punch and detail - which is rare with your pictures. regards matey. ian
obz_uk 17 1 United Kingdom
2 May 2005 6:04AM
Very good....I just find the band across the picture is distracting....otherwise you captured the deer just fine.

Howard
glazzaro 17 70 23 United States
2 May 2005 6:43AM
Hi Howard

Its a concrete barrier, to much work to take it out, but I agree.

Hi Ian

Shooting deer here is a bit tough, they do not let folks get close, probably has to do with hunting! Wink I will see if I can get a better shot. Thanks

Hi Peter

I agree I to like the ones in the brush better.

Greg
PatrickSmith 17 1.2k 2 United States
2 May 2005 7:22AM
Biggest birds I've ever seen! I'm gone for a few days, and you're uploading deer now. But still the high quality that I see in your bird shots. I'll go back and look at your other new ones later.
Patrick
Very Cool, Greg....Now that is some kinda Sharp!!!
Well Done!!!
Click to ya.....Cheers,
Suzan Smile
Thank you for your comments as well!!
Smile
clintnewsham 17 121 1 England
2 May 2005 10:32AM
a lovely sharp image greg,well caught

click clint
JouŠo 18 56 Finland
2 May 2005 10:38AM
Great capture, Greg!

Jouko
mikears 18 89 Canada
2 May 2005 10:54AM
Now Greg, those are funny looking birds!!!!

Seriously, nice capture - they have that guarded cautious look to them

Click
Mike
geegee 18 29 England
2 May 2005 11:01AM
Lovely,
Best wishes,
George.
exposure Plus
18 6.1k United Kingdom
2 May 2005 11:05AM
A lovely image and presentation.
Pauline.
2 May 2005 11:27AM
Hi Greg. Lovely capture of a beautiful creature. Have just seen yesterdays Robin too. Click!! for each.
Keith
borisv 17 3
2 May 2005 2:33PM
again very nice
phiggy 20 7 United Kingdom
2 May 2005 2:42PM
A beautiful image and presentation.

click

Phil
fastshot1 18 13
2 May 2005 3:30PM
i like this one greg! youve caught it spot on well done.
steve
speysider 17 10
2 May 2005 3:35PM
Excellent shot again Greg!
Cracking colours & detail!
John
cameraman 19 227 1 England
2 May 2005 4:06PM
Another excellent picture, Greg. That bird feeder of yours is very versatile.
yjjeep 18 13
2 May 2005 4:32PM
Good shot Greg.Looks like they had no clue you were there.Well done.

John
aussielass 17 6
2 May 2005 7:03PM
These are great. They are beautiful creatures. Well captured. Amazing.click x
Nandana 17 3 Australia
2 May 2005 9:59PM
Strange move from your interest.. No birds this time Greg ? However this s great shot too. Very well captured . See the one at the back is looking for any dangers around ! lovely
firzhugh 17 13 New Zealand
2 May 2005 11:51PM
love the shiny fur and the shy look. great image
3 May 2005 12:46AM
gr8 shot ur deer look better than ours in the uk lol
claret 18 49 England
3 May 2005 5:30AM
Like the light and subdued colour in this, Greg.
Iain
pisau 17
3 May 2005 10:09PM
Greg, love to see that u shot something else other than just the bird. It makes you a really versatile photographer. Click!

pisau
4 May 2005 10:41AM
Great shot, one of my favorite subjects.
chip
Cristian 17 950 1
5 May 2005 6:24AM
Nicely taken and presented.

I take it, you weren't sat in your backyard with a beer for this one!

(click)

Cristian
lydiatelad 17 2
5 May 2005 3:37PM
Another excellent deer photo, lovely.
Ray
dalischone 17 295 Scotland
8 May 2005 3:46AM
Beautiful, Deer are one of my favourite animals that I love the watch in the wild, still get excited everytime I see them, wonderful capture.

Tracy

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