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Take at Ottawa, Ontario
Nikon D3001/320F5.3ISO 1250EV 0.00Pattern MeteringNo Flash230 MMHand Held
deer, white tailed deer, animal, mammal, nature, wildlife, trees, yellow, brown, ecology
Beautiful capture, Michael!!
Thank you very much Deb
– Michael Cummings
Beautiful! He’s well hidden, except from you and your camera!
Thank you very much Aunt Dot
Beautiful capture. He’s a handsome critter. :o)
Thank you very much Bunny
He definitely has his eye(s) on you! A magnificent specimen, & so well caught, Michael!
Thank you very much Sheila
A great capture Michael
Thank you very much CJ
Fabulous close up !
Thank you very much for the feature Trudi
Great image Micaiel. A little story for you. Buck killed near here , only an 8Pt but the rack was over 4ft from its base to the top. Their base was at least 10" in diameter. The rack was absolutely huge. I can’t even imagine what the guy thought when he saw it. Has been offered $50000 already. Took it with a bow.
Was it a White Tailed Deer or a Mule Deer , Bob. While I have never seen a Mule Deer in the flesh I have heard they have a large set of Antlers. Either way I would love to have seen the animal alive with a rack like that.
amazing capture, captivating
Thank you very much
Michael it was a white tail taken behind the middle school where my wife worked in NE Ohio. Supposed to be second largest ever Saw a picture its a freek. If I can get a pic I will post.
Beautiful work… Congratulations on your feature !!!*FEATURES*** November 22nd 2011
This work is eligible to in our Featured Works November 2011 ChallengeGood Luck
Thank you very much for the feature Evita