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    Early Morning Deer

    It’s not often that I see deer in the morning in the back field behind me, most of the time I see them at dusk and they seem to follow a routine pattern along these Caledon hills and fields. However this one early October morning I saw two deer outside and managed to snap a few photos of them as they munched some breakfast in the field. Snapped with my super zoom lens and adjusted only the contrast of the photos in Photoshop, click on the images to view larger photos.

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    Comment from Marie
    Time October 28, 2011 at 12:44 pm

    Great pictures Andrew. I have not seen too many deer lately either. I am always on the lookout going down Humber Station Road early mornings and driving home at dusk. Take care, Marie

    Comment from Judith Mallard
    Time December 17, 2011 at 11:02 pm

    GREAT pictures – what zoom length were you using for these? You did mention a super zoom lens 🙂

    Comment from Andrew
    Time January 2, 2012 at 1:59 pm

    The super zoom lens is even bigger than my other zoom lens, this particular lens is 50-500mm which gives you extreme focal length. The lens is huge and heavy, it looks like a paparazzi lens.

    Here is what the lens looks like:

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