Young Mule Deer

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Comments (10)

Ray Gasnick on February 19, 2011

This one has a lot of character to it - liked

RDrayerIII on February 19, 2011

Thanks, Ray. I was amazed to find that this young muley stuck out its tongue when I snapped the shot. It doesn't have the photographic excellence that a lot of photographers desire, but I like it!

Ray Gasnick on February 19, 2011

I've had a couple of the white tails in Big Meadows in Shenandoah do that to me unfortunately more times than not I wasn't ready to take the picture.

RDrayerIII on February 19, 2011

The Shenandoahs are a really good place for deer pictures. They are so used to people that it's almost cheating!

Ray Gasnick on February 19, 2011

In years past I would have agreed, since they started the construction though the last I was down there they were much more scarce and more skiddish. The construction equipment probably contributed to that.

RDrayerIII on February 20, 2011

I remember going there four or five years ago on a church camping trip, and we would come across ones that would let you touch them. The last couple years they stayed closer than most deer, but would move away if you tried to get to close.

Priska Ziswiler on February 28, 2011

¨like

ein süsses maultier!

lg priska

RDrayerIII on February 28, 2011

Danke.

Closed on March 3, 2011

OH MY!! This is a great capture Ray!

I love him/her and just have to save em to my favourites! How can I not with a face like that?!?

Smiles, GG

RDrayerIII on March 3, 2011

Thanks. This one has always been one of my favourites even if the overall photo quality was lacking.

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Photo taken in Inglewood Wildlands Park, Calgary, AB T2G, Canada

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  • Uploaded on January 8, 2010
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    by RDrayerIII
    • Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
    • Exposure: 0.003s
    • Focal Length: 240.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO800
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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