Borran's Nature Photography: Deer Spotting!

in photography •  3 months ago 
Hi all!
I went on a bike ride at dusk to hopefully see some wild animals, and of course I brought my camera with me.
I was quite lucky that evening, in total I saw three moose, two common cranes and at least six white-tailed deer.
Unfortunately, I managed only to get fairly good pictures of the white-tailed deer.
I'm not so used to my camera yet and usually the wild animal manages to run away before I have my camera ready.
Anyway, here are the pictures I took!

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White-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus.
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Great work!
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Good post

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@borran nice.. love to see deer around where I live.

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Very cute and beautiful dear among nice nature! Great capture!

You were very lucky to see many wild animals there. ;)

Great pictures and post!