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Old Jan 15, 2007, 1:14 PM   #1
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Snowstorm / Bald Eagles / Deer

The 2nd bunch of Wildlife in a snowstorm photos. K10D with a Tamron 24 - 135 and a Sigma 50 - 500

Background photo is where I found Him. Once I stalked in closer I realized there was two of them in the tree.



The other one



Not a happy camper



I found a couple of Bucks with some does having dinner. Here is one of them



Here is the other one



A close up of Buck #2



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Old Jan 15, 2007, 1:34 PM   #2
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Awesome shots, Roger. I really like that last buck shot!
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Awesome shots, Roger. I really like that last buck shot!
Good morning bmullen, thanks for the nice comment and for looking.

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You're surein a great area for big game Roger. I enjoy looking at the photos you so unselfishly freeze half to death to get and share:-) Good work.
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You're surein a great area for big game Roger. I enjoy looking at the photos you so unselfishly freeze half to death to get and share:-) Good work.
Good morning VP, We are pretty lucky to live in this area. If a fellow likes the outdoors and wildlife its one of the best places to live. Wasn't real cold durring the storm it was in the 20's. I really enjoy sharing my photos because I am sure there are a lot of folks that just don't have the opportunity to see Wild Free Ranging Wildlife in the Rocky Mountains.

I think I got a few COLD photos this morning minus 20 degrees. I haven' downloaded yet but the camera sounded like it was working.

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