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Lens: 85mm f1.4 Camera: Kx Photo Location: my yard ISO: 800 Shutter Speed: 1/250s Aperture: F4 
Posted By: timo4352, 07-08-2011, 08:30 PM

It's been a long time since I've had anything to post here.
These two have been hanging around my yard for a while now.

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Nice you can show us your lawn after they devoured it! I like the vivid colors in your shot, nice work!
We have a lot of deer here, the drought is making their lives very difficult. 105F++ every day and no rain for months......hope your deer are faring better.
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Deer really are a gentle and pleasing sight to see in the wilderness. There is something magical when you are hiking and you come upon one and exchange a brief look. I don't particularly care to meet them when I am riding my motorcycle , and I can understand home owners feeling that they have worn their welcome out after a few trips in the gardens, but still they have their charm.

Nicely captured.

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too cute for words, not a common sight here in the city.. much appreciated, dave m

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Very nice looking animals Tim.I have them at times right outside of the house.--charliezap
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Nice, clear photo - super job. When we lived in Michigan - they'd visit our backyard often, even in town.

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Those are babies (see spots?), near weaning time. Mom is likely nearby. If not, those are now your wild 'pets'.

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