Monday, 27 September 2010

Unexpected Encounter (Part 3)

So here are the final images from my recent encounters with the Fallow Bucks.
 [Please click these links for all the previous images ... (Part 1) and (Part 2). ]
Who is watching who?
Time for a lick and clean up.
Can I reach? .... Of course I can.
But still keeping a wary eye on the interloper!
Until it was finally time to say good bye....until the next time.   FAB

20 comments:

  1. I just saw your deer photos and oh my gosh are they fantastic. You not only got lucky to see them but you took some great photos. Carol

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  2. Awesome pics Frank!! Beautiful!! You sure got some great close ups!

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  3. Beautiful images, Frank. Chance meetings like this are always thrilling. I'm glad you were lucky enough to enjoy and capture the experience.

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  4. Truly amazing shots. You had a wonderful encounter - and you must have been very close to them!

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  5. Hi Frank The rack on that deer is something I would not want to take a ride on!! : }
    How far away was you from him when you took these??
    Love the last photo,but of course the are all wonderful!!

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  6. Gorgeous shots... each one is just perfect!:)

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  7. Wow, and wow! :o) Fantastic moment with nature, and 'FAB' shots!

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  8. Thanks Everyone for all your appreciative comments.

    Just to put the record straight, I never actually got closer than 30 to 40 feet from this quarry. FAB.

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  9. Fantastic shots Frank.
    A great encounter.

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  10. Wow, Frank, what a special day!

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  11. Cheers Keith. Now just waiting for the next one.

    Hi Karen. It sure was just that.

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  12. Its always a treat to get up close to wild animals. You've taken full advantage of the opportunity. Well done!!

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  13. MAGNIFICIENT animals; beautiful photos, Frank!!

    What decorative fur they have.....fantastic!
    (In early days I was fortunate enough to spend a lot of time in deer-watchig with my dad, high up in the mountains, though!)
    These superbe photos bring back memories..!

    ciao ciao elvira

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  14. Thanks Harold. Not something that happens that often so always try to capture the moment.

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  15. Hi Elvira. I'm delighted to have brought back good memories for you. Hope to show you some more of another species very soon.
    ciao ciao FAB.

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