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Old Jul 9, 2006, 10:36 PM   #1
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This little one couldn't decide between running out in front of the Miata, or back into the woods.




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Old Jul 9, 2006, 10:42 PM   #2
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Thanks for posting the excellent photo.

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Old Jul 10, 2006, 12:32 AM   #3
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very nice pic. so you always drive around with an slr in your lap? :G
i've had a moment like this happen to me a couple of times but i never bothered trying to capture it since i figured by the time i pull out my camera, turn it on, zoom in, focus, set apperature correctly, get my metering right... the fawn will be home watching tv; which usually happens.

seriously nice pic, captures the moment well. like the depth of field.

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That's a keeper allright! Looks like he's asking "come again, what did you say?"

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Another one of those incredible shots - looks like this little fellow is trying to work out whether there's a danger or not.
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Actually I always try to have the DS in the car hanging on the pasenger side head rest with the 300mm lens on it most times when I drive somewhere.

The fawn was in the shade and the photo was taken at 1/125 sec at f/4.5, so it didn't turn out too bad for such a slow speed wide open without a tripod.

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Nice shot Tom. Hope the fawn made it back safely to the woods...cheers....Don
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Old Jul 10, 2006, 8:03 PM   #8
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There were two of them and they both made it to the woods across the road to where mom was waiting.

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