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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:51 am 
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Its often difficult to capture an interesting daytime image of one of these mostly nocturnal deer. I am more than happy with this early morning shot. Nikon L11, Game watcher controller.


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Awesome ... congrats! Interesting animal.


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Congrats

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Congrats on a great capture and pic.

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Way to go Trevor, nice photo bud.

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Good photo from a different perspective.

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Not a common perspective, but I like it.


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I have been using this set for somewhat 20 years. This hind is standing at a wallow. I normally have one of my cameras on a further away tree, up at about 4 foot. You can easily see the wallow from here. I liked it to be closer; at one stage I hammered in a wooden post to mount the camera. I am not sure if it was coincidental or not but I didn't get any images of the deer. I am sure they didn't like the post with the camera on it that mysteriously appeared at their wallow so i went back to the usual tree. I thought about a new place for the camera for years and earlier this month decided on a small partially buried log. After 2 weeks I got 1416 images - a lot of nothings lol. but a lot of birds and especially wallabies and maybe 4 or 5 different deer which is a high number for this most elusive highly strung deer. This is the most appealing image. The camera is about 6 inches off the ground.


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