Chewing the cud

Posted by david fletcher on Tue Jul 02, 2019 1:46 pm

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Took this as light levels changed.   D850 and Sigma 150-600 OS S.  1/1250 F8 ISO 800 FF.  Got as close as I could get without it getting the fidgets.  (tell tale signs always being ear first... which direction shows its concern  .   then the eyes if agitation ramped up... then muscles.. and then it's off ).   

Somehow, I see this deer and think Tibetan monks and meditation.  

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by Ron Day on Tue Jul 02, 2019 8:24 pm
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david fletcher wrote:
. . . Somehow, I see this deer and think Tibetan monks and meditation.

Exactly, Dave. Love the profile view, and how you captured this frame without putting pressure on the deer. Excellent.

by Carol Clarke on Wed Jul 03, 2019 4:32 pm
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Yes, it does seem to have a zen like calm about it, Dave. Always good to take a picnic into the countryside and settle down under a nice tree to eat it and then enjoy a doze......

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