White-tailed deer, the smallest members of the North American deer family. White-tailed deer are herbivores, leisurely grazing on most available plant foods. These two male “bucks” were shot in Cades Cove, GSMNP
suddath, smokies, field, hoofed, deer, wilds, nature, forager, outdoors, whitetail, animal, cades cove, game, big game, wild, wild game, creature, great smoky mountain national park, spring, white tailed, wildlife, “odocoileus virginianus”, tennessee, hidden, creatures, critter, mammal, watching, alert, fauna, hunt, hunting, sporting, hunted, critters, smoky, buck, antlers, watcher, rack, cautious, smokys
Wow, Great capture. Awesome to see the two bucks together. THe lighting was perfect.
Great use of a shallow dof – perfect focus. Beautiful capture!
Well, when I saw “odocoileus virginianus”, I thought you were calling them some kind of Virginia crocodile even though they look like white-tailed deer.
I agree with everyone else. This is a beautiful shot and would easily take a place of honor on any wildlife enthusiast’s wall.
very nice composition……really like how you captured both in the shot. – Dennis
Excellent capture, Gary! Really nice shot!
Nicely captured! I had a couple of these walking down my street the other morning………..
Love it. Great shot of the two of them.
This is very beautiful, also like the colors!
Nice rack, Gary
Wonderful capture, Gary.