Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Pronghorn Antelope At Play

16 comments:

Nezzy said...

Where the deer and the antelope play!!! Sorry, I just couldn't control myself. Great picture of the pronghorn antelope! You have the best pics!

You have yourself a terrific Thursday!!!!

T @ Poppy Place said...

Seriously, you are having way to much fun, :) T.

Naturedigital said...

Lovely beautiful animals.
Great photograph again Stephen.
Have a great day. Costas

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Oh oh what a wonderful creatures.

PhotoVigor said...

haha, they are cute. Their fur look soft. love it. :)
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SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I do love the way their tail puff out like that Steve. Something similar to our Springbok. :)

artistaitaliana said...

Stephen, beautiful photograph, antelope are such wonderful animals.

Sharon Wagner said...

I disagree. I think they might be roaming.

Marinik said...

great shot, love the white behind :)
missed so much here lately, gotta check out some of your latest posts
have a great weekend

Dr. Heckle said...

That's about how hairy and white MY butt is... Who knew I had so much in common with antelope?

Fotolarsen said...

Lovely!!

Bogaman said...

Speed goats are hard to photograph. That's been my experience anyway. Great shot. X.

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Original antelope.. Love it..

Vivian said...

He's looking at ya! I imagine you all alone in this vast land. Just you, your camera and....2 antelope!

Just how close were you to these guys and did you have a tele on your camera to take this shot?

Stephen Baird said...

vivian,
this was shot from a car window after they out in front of me on a gravel backroad in ne colorado. they paused to look back about 50 yards away as if to be laughing at me slamming on the brakes so i wouldn't hit them. probably had a 400mm lens on at the time.
steve

Montanagirl said...

We haven't seen many of these around lately, after that horrible winter, which killed so many of them.