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Lovely photo!What type of lens and camera were you using?Where you very far away?
Mikey Wong. Thanks for stopping by. Used a Cannon 450D with a 70-300 lens. Shot taken at F5, 1/200, 170m and I was somewhere between 40 - 50 feet away from the subject.
Wow even more impressive is this one! Well done frank... it looks like taking some rest ;-)
Hi Frank, I have just been catching up with this blog and enjoying your stunning photos, they are all really beautiful and I wouldn't have realised the Robin was taken through glass! What a magnificent creature the Red Deer is.
Hi Chris. Obviously too tired to stand up. Lol.Hi Jan. Thanks. The window faces north so difficult to find some decent light at this time of year but that's what I have to work with for now. Glad you liked the magnificent resting beast.
You captured such a sweet moment of this handsome old boy! Wonderful!
Wonder if he is thinking.... any day now I am going to shed these monster antlers.... He is awesome!
What a peaceful image of a massive animal. This is absolutely beautiful!
Ohhh; WONDERFUL red deer.....The Picture is amazing.....what wonderful creature and so tender with his eyes closed........I never was able to get so close to a deer;....FANTASTIC!!have a wonderful week!ciao ciao elvira
Hi Shelley. Just thankful he allowed me to get so close.Hi Mary. Certainly will be a weight off his brow!Hi Michele J. Thanks for dropping by. Hope you are managing to stay warm.Hi Elvira. Thank you & I hope you have a good week. Ciao FAB.
Thank you so much for visiting my blog today. I appreciated your kind comment. And giving me the opportunity to find yours! What incredible pictures you have posted. The expression on that tufted duck just kills me. Have a wonderful weekend!! ~ks
ksdoolittle. You are very welcome and I appreciate your very kind comments. FAB.
Lovely eye level prespective makes it a beautiful shot.
Thomas. Thanks very much.
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