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    Default Quick Rising Doe

    I cannot remember a year where there have been so many deer grazing the soybean fields around Shorthills Provincial Park. I must have seen 40 last night. Anyway, despite the ample feed, most they are looking a tad scruffy as they already seem to be transitioning from their summer red into their darker grey winter coat colours.

    E-5, 300mm+EC20, ISO1250, f/7.1, 1/640, handheld

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    Thats a great catch, been trying to get some running and keep messing it up
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    Default Re: Quick Rising Doe

    Another good one, and against the light, even!
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    Default Re: Quick Rising Doe

    Very nice, Leigh!
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    Default Re: Quick Rising Doe

    That's a tough catch if you ask me, especially with that combo handheld! Very nicely done!
    Best Regards, Jim


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