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Author 'Chrisostome' A voir (Id 122495 ) : What a nice evening: having such a deer in the crosshairs! I progress ... To him. He did neither seen nor heard nor felt. He went off all too quickly for my pleasure. Woods 3 tines, also beautiful, with large and numerous perlures are not so frequent, at least in our region. I fear that silage near (or hay, because the weather is very good) does make me lose sight of.

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EXIF : Brand: Canon | Camera: Canon EOS 30D | Objectif: Canon EF 100-400mm F/4.5-5.6L IS USM
Aperture: f/6.7 | Exposure time: 1/350 s | ISO: 1600 | Focal: 380 mm | Metering: Spot (3)
Prog. expo.: Priorité temps d'exposition (3) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 23/07/2010 21:27:26
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> Pomme d'Apie >Reply Jul 28, 2010
Nice picture of the wildlife of our region. How do these animals to live in our world distorted?
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 28, 2010
Our world is not so distorted that, there's still preserved the treasures of life where we do very little, but the fauna and flora colonize. Deer thrive (for pleasure), and in some areas of malformations or diseases related to lack of predators and more generally of competitive pressure. I'm not as convinced of the need for re-introducing wolves or lynx ...
> Tintin.dd [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 27, 2010
Superb this deer in the tall grass: 1:, pity he will not be shot in front of the photographer. : 1:: 3:
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 27, 2010
The beauty of the wood, the remarkable power of the neck is visible only from the rear. But I asked him to face me, he agreed!
> Mpcreation >Reply Jul 26, 2010
Great meeting and great specimen. An unforgettable. Bravo: 6:
> Louise [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 25, 2010
After all these rave reviews, simply add your picture very much and I put it in my favorites. : 6:: 6:: 6:
> Domi [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
We feel the eye to watch, it's a big catch, what joy one experiences when one falls on such animals. A pleasant light the lights, pretty picture.
> Isabelle S.B [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
Very nice catch in a mottled pink with a soft luminosity. Such a meeting does not happen every day and I understand your emotion. The next time he faces you and you we will bring back another fine shot: 3:.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
1: The encounter with the deer had to make you very happy. You have captured that moment of emotion with great realism and in a very natural environment. Chrisostome Bravo and thank you. 3:
> Cricri >Reply Jul 24, 2010
Hi, very beautiful photo taken on the spot ! Good weekend and very friendly.
> Charly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
+: Nice touch with the sunset light, and a pdc that enhance this effect of "stalking". 3:

-:A small part of presentation would be desirable.

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> D.marsim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
That is what I call a beautiful snapshot. The opportunity is rare even when you are on the lookout for hours. A beautiful image! 2:
> Mselesniew >Reply Jul 24, 2010
Bravo, not easy to achieve. How far was the deer. What region is it?
> Kinou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
How nice photo! My husband told me they can tell the age of the animal to the number of points: it would be three years. Here they are unfortunately too numerous and do much damage. Besides they cause fatal accidents on the road: 10:. I do not agree at all with this idea, but it must control the population. Personally I prefer the NPC for hunting ... 6:
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 24, 2010
Your husband was almost right, but probably confused with the deer. The stag has a dagger in one year, two horns and the following year. From the third year he has 3 horns by wood, with no alterations then an increase in thickness and granular growths: the pierrures here very visible. It must be in its 5th or 6th head?
> Nicoledesplat [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
It is this beautiful deer, not velvet, he hath had to be able to approach the nearest practice these peak-plates bearing the skull, a perfect peasant ... blagounette the way, thank you nice shot. : 18:
> Gipsy34 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
Nice look and nice picture certainly difficult to do, I've never been able to approach as close when I lived in Sologne. And you what region do you live if not indiscreet?
> Biscotte.laurent >Reply Jul 24, 2010
Tremendous opportunity to capture so perfectly what deer among the tall grass. Congratulations for this explosive photo. Luck was with you that day, bravo.
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
What is beautiful! In how many years is leading such a "hair"? Talk about emotion! : 5:: 6: I put myself in your place: my heart would have made leaps and bounds, and in these cases, I tremble like a leaf ... There follows the inevitable dilemma: do I jump on the 'apn may miss: and the photo and the moment, or ... : 14:: 13: Bravo to you anyway, and thank you for sharing ... 6:
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 24, 2010
You're right, when you hunt (photo) and the Baillebaude and you stumble upon such an image, like a "boom, boom." He must master his breathing and his impatience, make no noise when we are often in a situation of imbalance in the brambles, with mosquitoes ... It is this highly personal and subjective, which makes the value of a photo to its author. Those who have shared these moments fully understand.
 > Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 24, 2010
To read and imagine yourself in that moment, I feel fully that emotion which is so special for us fans ... : 6: Congratulations for all that you let us share, Chris is always happy ... 2:
> Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
The scout image and the Beast, both on the lookout ... A picture of explosive natural ... An extract precious wildlife, bravo: 2:
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 24, 2010
Julie thank you for your comments always accurate and original, full of spontaneity and charm.
> Chasseur de temps [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2010
Fine specimen indeed and I understand your emotion. You know what you have to do! Persevere and wait in the hour of foraging, he represents to you under a different profile ... never forget that "patience and length of time do more than strength or rage.
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 24, 2010
If we do not practice this precept of morality La Fontaine, we can not make wildlife photography! This does not prevent a form of rage (back) when you miss a setting or a trigger ... To succeed, it becomes all "Hunters of time."
> Moncabri >Reply Jul 24, 2010
3: Happy photographer who saw you in the early evening: 1:; happy you free on the Prairie: 3:: 1:!
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