Oh Deer!

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  1. ClarkKent

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    Was going through some old pictures from last year and came across a couple of deer that I had photographed. These deer were being quite friendly and pretty calm as I was taking there picture. What do you guys think?
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    Great shots, I love the leapfrog in the second shot.
     
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    ditto :thumbup:
     
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    no2 is great! not your ordinary deer photo.
     
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    nice capture on #2!
     
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    Thank you, its kinda rare to capture a deer stand off...I hope to get some more this year!
     
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    wow, you are so lucky they were calm, and modeling for you!
     

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