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Comments (12)

Poljes on August 27, 2010

A nice shot. Regards Paul

Joehenri on August 30, 2010

Thank you, Paul. It was a magnificent day, and the reindeer behaved very well.

BWS's ghost on September 17, 2010

the reindeer behaved very well.

You mean it posed nicely and didn't try to poke you with those huge antlers? ;) I was going to post a "Porcupine Caribou" from Alaska, a subspecies of reindeer, in the Categories game, but you beat me to it!

Joehenri on September 17, 2010

According to Jean several species of the same animal is allowed - except for dogs and cats. So I think your Caribou would be accepted. After all we already got both white-tailed and black-tailed deer without any complaints.

BWS's ghost on September 18, 2010

Yeah, Joe, those are different species of deer though very similar. The question now is that the different reindeer are considered subspecies (almost the same?). Though I don't think Jean or anyone would mind, I'll save it for later.

rrbmirgamid on September 20, 2010

Splendid photo!

voted + like

Best regards, rrbmirgamid

diego_cue on September 27, 2010

wow wonderfull shot Joehenri!!! you are lucky of being travelling around there:D

Joehenri on September 27, 2010

Thank you, Diego. The arctic has its charm - as every other place. And after been to your gallery, I can see that you have been to a large amount of charming and beatuiful places i envy you for visiting :D

tu-quoque on October 6, 2010

Nice light and colours. And the composition is really eye-catching.

Urban Thaler (urbiet… on June 1, 2011

brilliant shot Joehenri! Greetings, Urbi

graziano skyrunner on June 14, 2011

Nice capture!

Panza Verde on July 1, 2012

wonderfull picture! greetings!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on August 26, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Joehenri
    • Taken on 2010/08/22 17:23:31
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 300.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash