Nice private shot enhanced by the discrete border.
The nievety of the young. They will soon learn to dash off into the undergrowth.
Thank you Kenny.
This is our local evening walking lake - 2 miles around and 2 hours if we can take enough photographs to kill the time.
Its where all the duck (and ducklets) turtles (and turtlets) cormorants, herons and geese photos come from. But NEVER before have I seen deer here and we were treat to 10 minutes of mum feeding and cleaning her young in the shallow water.
We felt very lucky.
This is just one of about 50+ images that I am lovin'.
All the best to you and yours ol' chum on this wonderful weekend.
very well captured
this is really nice
It is most out of place in our 'city' Majid it feels like an unnatural photograph to me.
Many thanks. Jethro
Jethro, This is very nice! Such a rare candid shot of wildlife and very well done. This reminds me somewhat of seeing deer around my parts of the world. Not too many years ago we didn't see deer very often around here. They've always been around but they always had lots and lots of space to roam. With progress spreading as it is, the deer really have no choice now but to join our urban communities.
Again, nice work here!
Great candid shot of two Bambis Jethro! The still water with the reflections completes the picture really well.
Best wishes - beamish boy
Look at the map on the right and look at the built up area around this lake Kevin its not natural deer country by any stretch of the imagination. Thank you for your kind remarks and encouragement.
Jim many thanks for your kindness. The HDR is subtle and brings out some detail and the reflections, as you say. Best wishes to you from Jethro
Perfect capture Jethro, great shot.
Thank you Marco
Warmest greetings from North Carolina
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Bye Sandro & Cristina
Thank you S&C
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