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white-tailed deer

gary yankech

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January 1,2020....first birding session of the decade, Lynde shore (Halls Road), Whitby ...just as we were leaving for the day spotted a herd of about ten deer. On lone male deer.

White-tailed Deer by Yankech gary, on Flickr

White-tailed Deer by Yankech gary, on Flickr
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Shortsighted

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I recall often seeing deer at the southeastern corner of the field east of Hall's Rd.
or more scattered in the field on the west side of the road. Once there were so
many deer on the west side that it was hard to get a photo. No framing scheme
quite matched what the eye saw. I love the pinkish-yellow light ... like a dream
scene.
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Axeman

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Great shots! I love that he's calling out in first pic

Wait....what? Jan 1? No snow?

Anyone know when they drop their rack?
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gary yankech

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Quote from: "Shortsighted"
I recall often seeing deer at the southeastern corner of the field east of Hall's Rd.
or more scattered in the field on the west side of the road. Once there were so
many deer on the west side that it was hard to get a photo. No framing scheme
quite matched what the eye saw. I love the pinkish-yellow light ... like a dream
scene.

Yes....I lucked out getting the sunset light from the west. Most of my previous deer shots had flat lighting or was overcast.
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gary yankech

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Quote from: "Axeman"
Great shots! I love that he's calling out in first pic

Wait....what? Jan 1? No snow?

Anyone know when they drop their rack?

I'm not sure....I don't know much about deer, just that they are great to photograph. I hope somebody can answer that question. I'd like to know too.
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