ROOSEVELT ELK

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  1. SQUACKS

    SQUACKS TPF Noob!

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    I ran up on these in several place while roaming the states of Oregon and Washington. here are a few shot i made.

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    since i am back to deer again i might as well throw this one in as well. this was made in the state oF MICHIGAN.

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    LUCK!
     
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    interesting set of photographs.

    i take it the last one is an albino?
     
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    the last pic is of a whitetail deer. the color is normally reddish brown or gray depending upon the season.

    though the nose is pink and the hooves are not the normal black color, it looks as if the eye pupils are black and i am not sure if it is supposed to have pink eyes to be a true albino. it definitely has most of the traits of an albino.

    i found this deer out on an island above Marquette, MICH.
     
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    cool shots squacks, thanks for the view!
     
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    I was amazed in the first photo..

    the color of the water is blue and I want to to go their..

    i like the view and the angel of your photo..

    great job man!
     
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    thanks for the comments!
     
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    i'm always excited by getting to see such a large amount of bulls in one location, you got pretty close too... all of my photos with my 300mm still look like they are a mile away... :thumbup:
     
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    And they really are elk?
    They don't have the typical elk-look (long, flat nose and connected antlers, if you understand what I am trying to say here!?) ... but you will know better, I am sure! The first one is very nice with the colours you got here.
     

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