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Monica Johansson and NatureFootstep.com
I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
as much as I can to find new areas to document.
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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Fallow deer

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Fallow deer
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  1. It's great how you have modified the picture of this charming deer. Lovely how it looks to the viewer.

  2. That is a great shot. Happy Sunday Sketches!

  3. Oh you know how we love the deer at our house ... this is precious and I even see a little piece of straw or grass hanging from his mouth. Very nice, Monica ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

  4. Wow, was this shot with a macro lens, or were you that close to the deer? What a great shot!

  5. What a precious deer. You've captured its spirit. :)

  6. the line effect makes the deer look very delicate :)

  7. Hello!:) A lovely image of the Fallow deer.:)

  8. Heisann, en turgåer hadde sett en flokk på fem dyr ikke så langt fra der jeg bor. Håper de lar roseskuddene mine være i fred i år! Men de må gjerne komme tett innpå huset!
    Det er så vakre! Flott bilde du har tatt! Ha riktig go´hælj ;:OD)

  9. Nice shot. Lovely image of a Fallow deer.


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