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Old Aug 17, 2005, 7:56 AM   #1
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Wow you sure were at the right place at the right time. Very nice work. Did the doe see you? Itappearsshe was looking directly at you. Beautiful animals. How far away were you? Just call me mister question. Wonderful photos. Woody
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Hi Woody, I was in a bird blind about fifty or sixty feet away. I don't think she saw me but I think she heard my shutter. She never spooked. They (there were actually three of them, another adult) just slowly walked away after getting their drink.
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Great work, mullen, and nice job with the blind. Not often does one get such a nice close up of a deer coming forward with water dripping as a bit of icing.
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Yea, you were in the right place at the right time and you made very good use of it. These are super

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Oh I love these, remind me of bambie movie from when I was a child. The only deer here are those bred in captivity
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Thanks all. I was so surprised when they showed up. Alady, I didn't realize that. We have so many here.
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