Day 33: Fallow deer

I went out to Wentworth again this morning to try and photograph the deer that you quite often see from the roadside. Direct sunlight on the autumnal trees allowed me to raise the shutter speed and go for a high-contrast image of these females. I love shots like this, and it’s rare that you get the chance to shoots them in the middle of the day. It’s one of the reasons I love autumn.

Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 220mm; ISO 400; F/6.3; 1/320 second. VC on.

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One response to “Day 33: Fallow deer

  1. To shoots them?
    You are getting too heavily influenced in your speech by that woman of yours.

    I thought you had learnt not to take shots with tree growing out of heads.
    You must admit – this is quite a large tree for such a small head.

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