Mule Deer

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    these are super cluttered.

    the thing I like about #2 is that the deer is playing peek-a-boo with you lol.
     
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    If the mountain won't come to Mohammed, then Mohammed must go to the mountain.
     
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    How on earth did you get a deer to clamber through the undergrowth to get its picture taken, very well done indeed :).

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    Thanks for the clue Tim.

    Don't see too many deer in my parts- didn't realize the greatest percentage of them are grazers rather than browsers. This type of habitat is more common to the area the shot was taken in where I usually see deer.

    However out of place they look, I love living in the edge environments (desert/mountains). Sometimes the landscape changes entirely within a few hundred feet.

    I always wondered how everyone else in the world get the deer to come out in the open.

    I guess it was more about the adventure getting the shots rather than the shots themselves.
     

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