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Old Dec 17, 2011, 8:10 PM   #11
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Wow! Lovely shot, JJ. Very apt title too. Hope it also tasted good for the poor animal!
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Great picture, JJ. Deer can have it rough this time of year, especially if they didn't get enough fat reserve in the summer and fall. I hope she makes it fine until spring.
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Old Dec 18, 2011, 1:07 PM   #14
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JJ; that is simply amazing. The expression is absolutely priceless, and your caption certainly expresses what the deer is thinking!

Needless to say, the composition, background, everything is perfect for this once in a lifetime shot!
Thank you Carol. I liked how this one turned out.

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Just a perfect shot jj, csa say's it all as far as I'm concerned
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"OUTStanding" jj.
Can't say more than what Carol, Saly, Square one, jj, gjtoth, Marquzz, Lumix_Learner & Catalex said.
Thank you Lily.

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Great picture, JJ. Deer can have it rough this time of year, especially if they didn't get enough fat reserve in the summer and fall. I hope she makes it fine until spring.
Thanks Robert. They always find a way, they eat my evergreens.

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Old Dec 18, 2011, 5:39 PM   #16
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Superb capture jj. The deer looks like it is in berry heaven!
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Superb capture jj. The deer looks like it is in berry heaven!
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