Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
Sometimes the picture doesn't have to be perfect; it's the captured moment that counts. - me
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Tuesday, 18 October 2011

I went looking for rutting deer this morning, but only found this big man.




He was more interested in eating grass,




and posing.




And why not.

29 comments:

  1. W.O.W.!!! that's one heckuva rack! i'd have such a headache!

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  2. What a beauty!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  3. Wouldn't you be happy with those antlers, wow, he is beautiful.

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  4. Hi Keith....one fellar I wouldn't want to be coming at me with that rack !!
    He is a real beauty ..awesome shots!!

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  5. Yea, he's a fine set of antlers Theresa.

    Thanks Gary.

    Thanks Bob. He's a fine old gentleman.

    Thanks Grace. Yea, I gave him plenty of space, just in case. lol

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  6. Can you imagine running through a thick forest with that head gear? He looks to be in the 'rut' where are the women?

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  7. He's certainly got a fine set Dale.
    I think all the girls were way off in the park, looking pretty lol

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  8. Why not, indeed! When you look as good as that, you have to pose!
    J
    Follow me at HEDGELAND TALES

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  9. Thanks John. He knew he was special.

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  10. He is a beauty Keith..I hope he is safe from the trophy hunters in your part of the world.

    I loved Theresas' comment..a completely different meaning over here in the UK, or is it just me..lol

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  11. Yes awesome Keith especially the last shot.

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  12. HE Is gorgeous...and HUGE. Great stuff.

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  13. What a beauty! He'll be very popular with all the ladies!

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  14. He was well worth going out for. A real beauty but I like them with rubbish all over their antlers.

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  15. Great shots Keith.
    A fine beast...[;o)

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  16. Thanks Andrew.
    Hopefully he'll be safe here.

    Thanks John.

    Thanks Roy.

    Thank you Sondra.

    Thanks Robin. He didn't seem that bothered lol

    Cheers Adrian. Yea, I think he hadn't been awake long.

    Thanks Trevor. A few black squirrels there too.

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  17. He is gorgeous! I don't know how he keeps his head up....must be used to it. :o)

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  18. Those are impressive antlers, no wonder he wants to show them off.

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  19. another nice series Keith

    I like the close up again, it gives a bit of personality and individuality to the subject

    Nice work

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  20. Keith I like your Diary snippets.... hope you dont mind if I take the idea (of sorts) for my own blog

    Dave

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  21. I find to that they like to pose, or they pay attention to danger, lol.
    Great photos, and love your narration. Hope all is well. Anna :)

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  22. They grow them BIG in your area!!!

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  23. Came over here at the recommendation of Roy at Fenland Walker. Glad I did!! And like your feeders at Caldecotte too. Well done you:)

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  24. Sorry for late replies to these comments; I've been away again :-)


    Hookin It With Mr. Lick Lick, thank you. :-)

    Thanks Gillian. He was pretty impressive. :-)

    Thanks Dave.
    Glad you like the diary snippets idea. Feel free to use it. :-)

    Thanks Reena :-)

    Thank you Anna.

    Jean, thank you. :-)

    sweffling, thank you. Glad you enjoyed your visit. :-)

    Thank you Hilary.

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  25. What a happy chappy! Judging by his points,he may be getting beyond it -:) Beautiful shots.

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  26. Thank you Arija. Yea, I think he's getting on in years.

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