I can relate, Alison. Sometimes that early can be tricky, but I think you handled it beautifully in these photos. Excellent!
Thanks so much Bob. Nice to hear some encouraging words.
I feel your pain Alison, but practice makes perfect. Of course, with the changing of the light, your settings will continually change. Wonderful photos of the Mule Deer, I think you did an awesome job.
Thank you for stopping in an commenting Bella. You are so right. Every few minutes as it gets lighter I am taking test shots. Glad you liked the photos!
I agree with Bella Remy! Amazing pictures!
Thank you Calee!
Absolutely beautiful pictures! I think you did an amazing job on these.
Thank you so much RJ. You must have some monster Mule Deer in your neck of the mountains? Your comments are much appreciated.
on 3rd shot he looks so powerfull and, which is rare in deer pictures, rapacious! great!
Hey thanks brulionman. It was the time of year the males are all about looking powerful. Thanks for stopping in and commenting.
power, majesty and beauty is quite popular for them but on your shot he seems to be so mighty, dangerous. I love it!
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