I was on the fence on whether to post this or not. It's not close, the deer doesn't fill the frame and all that nonsense. Still, there's something about it - at least to me anyway.
This is a 1st year-ish buck taken crack sparrow in the morning (early). The past week or so hasn't really got that dark with the sunset still casting a small amount of ambient light from the north. It's enough to walk about with relative ease but not much more than that. However, it does give me the perfect opportunity to scope out the wildlife through the early hours.
Back to the deer: I've been mega lucky so far this year as I've seen an unusual amount of bucks and even a number of bull moose. My 3rd year in the country and I've finally seen bucks and bulls! Maybe I've not been looking hard enough as they are pretty common round these here parts.
Enjoy my picture of a young buck and a bit of its local environment. If you dont like this I'm posting some closer-up stuff a bit later. Different deer though.
Uno de los tantos Equinos en el desfile del 20 de Julio.
Se denomina equino a todo mamífero que pertenece a la familia de los perisodáctilos. Es decir, aquellos animales que tienen pezuñas en lugar de dedos.
Architecture in Spain is so pretty, I love the creme and white coloured housing, and the painted houses and tiling - It’s so different to the bland yet modern infrastructure in England
I love the English suburbs but Spanish towns look so much nicer with their balconies and plants hanging down compared to the polluted English ones
Qotd: Would you rather live by the sea or near a national park forest?
Photographing moose during the rut is always a thrilling experience. As bull’s testosterone levels reach full blast, the competition between males for a mate is fierce and never-ending. Watching these animals in the field during the autumn months, versus the summer can sometimes feel as if you are watching a different species altogether.