Thursday, September 13, 2012

Deer By Surprise

10 comments:

Cynthia said...

Beautiful sensitive shot, Stephen. Thanks for visiting and signing up to follow Oasis Writing Link (OWL)blog. I love your photography...the mountains in the National Park are inviting...a cool and sharp atmosphere communicated there...<3

Jackie said...

I'm new to blogging....and photography. I just got a new camera. My husband bought it for me, and I am having such a good time with it. I used a Sony Cybershot for years...and it took very good pictures. He bought me a Nikon a couple of weeks ago....and I didn't have a CLUE how to use it, but I'm learning.....slowly, but I'm learning. :-)) I really love the photo entitled "Water Softener" you posted on June 7. That is a beautiful photo. I'd like to join your followers. I want to see more of your photographs...

Kcalpesh said...

Awsome shot!

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Mervat said...

In looking at this photo I am reminded of tenderness, privacy and a little trpidation. Just beautiful.

mannequin said...

Aw....she's beautiful. You've done her justice Stephen and that's saying quite alot.

Scone Queen said...

Hi Stephen,

You are QUITE the photographer! Your deer is, well, DEAR! What a gorgeous shot! I have been experimenting with digital, and it is amazing how much better my photography has become, what with the ability to eliminate all the duds, and keep only the rare ones that are at least not out of focus! But you are obviously at a higher level of proficiency that I am. or perhaps ever will be. Thanks, by the way for visiting my blog some time back. (teaby2.blogspot.com) I appreciated the encouragement, as I am relatively new to blogging and don't get the chance to blog often enough for my liking. Please keep up your good work. I know your children, grandchildren, and successive generations will be given quite a legacy from your sensitive photographic creativity.

Eddie Bluelights said...

Great shot Stephen
If you'd had missed it you would have said, "Oh Dear!" ~ Eddie

Kathy said...

They are so beautiful aren't they? I see them on my way to work quite often and wish there was a big enough area to just pull over and observe their grace and beauty.

monogramgirl said...

Stephen- who needs yoga when they have Nikon Sniper. I like to skip a few days and then catch up on all of your beautiful photos. They certainly do relax me. I would love to see a photo slideshow set to some great music.