Fawn and Doe

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  1. my*

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    Here are a few I took while in MN

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    Bounding doe!

    Excellent captures, especially by teh water source, that is definitely something you don't see everyday!
     
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    My parents actually do get to see this every day. That "pond" is in their back yard. The deer come out every night to drink. The fawns are not typical though.

    The Doe was fun to watch. She was having a great time with her babies.
     
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    Awww, I like that endearing scene you captured in Photo 4, mummy licking her fawn dry. Lovely.
    And the background colour .... aaah :lovey:

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    (I have to say this, I just have to ... :biggrin: )
     
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    I love photo #4. Great pictures... the only thing is try to avoid putting your subjects in the very middle of the photo. Of course, that can always be fixed with some cropping. Good job!
     
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    Thanks for the tip. I will try that next time.
     
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    I was bored...

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    A very unique perspective. The motion looks both odd and appealing at the same time in the bounding deer photos... Thanks for sharing.
     

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