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Mule Deer at Pt Reyes


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The day before I took the photo of the coast that I posted I went to the historic light house, which was closed at the time. Even so, I wanted to see if I could see any migrating whales. Alas, I did not, but I did get to watch and photograph this mule deer fawn for about 20 minutes. Its mother was out of sight for all but the last few minutes, but she was definitely watching nearby. I'm really happy with how this photo came out with some minor Windows 10 editing. :biggrin:


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That is one nice shot. How far away was this deer?


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If memory serves me right somewhere between 20-25 ft away, but on the side of a cliff. I was behind a 5 ft fence.

Kelley (Texas)

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Roscue2, this is a nice picture of the young Mule Deer. It appears that he is eating good. Thanks for sharing! Kelley (Texas) :)