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Beautiful capture dear lady:) My compliments!
Greay capture and shot !
Fantastic capture, how lucky you were to get this. great
wow this is wonderful just love deer they are such beautiful creatures
beautiful capture, well done
Wow! …up close and personal! I want to hear the story of how you spent hours in stealth mode, silently sneaking up to get this one quick snap shot. Beautiful photo, Terri.
great picture. But no smile
Thank you all for commenting on this image.
This little note is particularly for Ted as he assumes that I am “sneaky”. :) I need to explain this: all my deer or other wildlife images are from “real relationships” moments. I don’t sneaky up on anyone. :) I spend days or maybe a whole season (sometimes more than one season) to establish relationships with those I encounter and then when they are comfortable with me (and River) and the camera, after asking their “permission”, I may take some shots. :) Just like how the fox taught the little prince to do in order to “tame” him in The Little Prince! And that, is also precisely how we develop such deep and intimate relationships in psychotherapy. :)
brilliant capture and title