Non Typical Mule deer

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MaryAlice on July 2, 2009

. . . And here he is! The fabulous Mule Deer that you were telling me about from the other day! =)

He is magnificent! What a grand capture you got of him too. Well done, my friend!

I love the blurring effect you put around the edges, and the beautiful colors surrounding him as well. Splendid!

May I ask why he is non typical though? I am not familiar with Mule Deer at all, so I'm going to need some lessons. Excuse me if this happens to be a female as well, because I've been assuming that it is a male because of the imposing rack on it's head!

A wonderful shot, no doubt, of a very beautiful creature.

I hope this evening finds you very well. =)

Warm regards from Georgia,

Mary Alice

Mark Reno on July 3, 2009

Hi MaryAlice... alls well here... One of my luckier shots of a deer I have taken over the years... Yes this is a male, females do not grow antlers... He is NON TYPICAL because normaly they will grow with only 4 split branchs, and this fellow has extra points going in all directions.... I was in a ground blind, and he came in feeding to about 5 yards away... it was real exciting... Thank you MaryAlice for your kind praise, I am pleased by them.... take care and have fun this weekend.... blessing to you MaryAlice...... Mark

not1word on July 12, 2009

That's a very impressive shot, Mark. Your depth of field is smack on from his nose to his rump. Well done! It's fun to have them walk right up on you like that.

joyfotos on March 24, 2010

Fantastic shot! Love all the clover at his feet. How lucky you were that day.

~ Denise Cottin ~ on June 17, 2010


RDrayerIII on February 14, 2011

Nice buck there.

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