a park deer
|Copyright: geof worrall (mrcrow)
|Date Taken: 2007-11-23|
|Camera: Olympus Camedia C-765 UZ|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-12-04 8:14|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|these deer roam freely in the great park...a regenerative scheme is going on to reinstate all the trees of the original park design..|
the deer although have free access normally have been corralled in certain areas to keep them out of the tree planting areas..
also many young trees are fenced in also to allow the deer free access without the opportunity to eat the young branch shoots
the deer have considerable grazing areas and here this young lad is quite close to the entrance
they are quite used to visitors but the display notices are quite adamant...beware, rutting season!!
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The tones and colours are beautiful.
Yes, I suspect those antlers could do some damage. This is a nice capture. Sharpness, exposure and color all look great.
Evelynn ; )
- [2007-12-05 11:23]
Simply perfect by subject and quality shot. Great sharpness and details. Amazing clear colours and terrific DOF and composition. My greetings and TFS.
A lovely animal, well fed!
Good light really brings out the finer dedtails in the fur coat, and the antlers are really impressive...
Grazing action is well captured, presented in a fine composition!