Roe Deer/Ree (Capreolus capreolus)

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Comments (9)

Lucrecia Díaz on March 14, 2008

Dios, es fantástica, increible color y sensación movimiento, sutil y delicada, me encanta la composición, el ángulo, y el paneo, con el ciervo a foco, y la hierba no, magnifica toma! felicidades Erik

God is great, incredible color and sense movement, subtle and delicate, I love the composition, angle, and paneo, with the focus on deer, and not grass, making magnificent! Congratulations Erik

Saludos desde Venezuela!

Erik van den Ham on March 14, 2008

Thank you so much Lucrecia,

For Your kind words i was really lucky. The beautiful animal was resting at the edge of a pond. Suddenly we stood there eye to eye, and for a moment we both seem to scare eachother. A split second later it started to run away. I had no time to check my shutterspeed wich was very slow 1/45 sec. From the pictures i took only this one was oke, on the others there was movenebt in the Deer too.

Greetings/Un Saludo, Erik

Luud Riphagen on March 15, 2008

Prachtige foto Erik , en net wat je zegt het komt altijd onverwacht en dan mooet je erg veel geluk hebben om het zo vast te leggen. Groeten Luud

Lucrecia Díaz on March 15, 2008

I know, it isn´t easy, but you do it!!!

Tlapp on March 15, 2008

Beautiful pannig! Stunning shot! The very same thing happened to me once! But not a with roe deer but with a pheasant! Regards, Rafal

Erik van den Ham on March 15, 2008

Dank je luud,

Soms moet je inderdaad gewoon wat geluk hebben, was erg blij en verrast toen ik het resultaat zag.

Thanks Rafal,

I will check your pheasant right away!

Greetings/groeten Erik

Tlapp on March 16, 2008

Me again...panning not pannig :) Regards.

Erik van den Ham on March 16, 2008

Hi Tlapp,

I understood u meant panning... but thx anyway.

Greetz Erik

Tlapp on March 17, 2008

I know you did but I felt stupid inside to have made such a mistake :) Regards. Rafal

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