|Portion Of Bachelor Group Big Meadows|
|Unusual Antler Configuration|
At one point a beautiful nine-point came into range and I pressed the T3i and 70-200mm into service again to get a photograph that included the entire deer. This photo was taken at 200mm and is a vertical crop taken from the center of a horizontal shot as is the photo above. This is not increasing the size of the deer in the composition, but rather removing the unneeded sides of the photo, although both photos do make decent horizontal ones also.
|Shenandoah Nine-Point At Big Meadows|
|Coyote Pauses From Eating Blueberries|
|Coyote Looks Hostile, But He Wasn't Hunting Fawns Today|
Coyotes and black bears do make significant inroads in fawn populations, but I think this is more likely to occur in late May and June when the fawns are small.
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Originally posted at Pennsylvania Wildlife Photographer by Willard Hill.