If we look hard enough, there's usually a uniquely different marking on every deer

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  1. roundball

    roundball TalkEmount Hall of Famer

    Oct 8, 2013

    NEX-7 + Canon FD 80-200/4.0-L
    Set shutter @ 1/200
    Set aperture @ 4.0
    AUTOISO picked 1600 and it seemed to work fine for this particular photo, I assume because any noise is lost in the natural clutter

    This one has a little white diamond or triangle just above each hoof.
    Named her “White Diamonds”…she was just finishing up a pile of apple cores / peels I put out at daybreak.
    She's a regular from the woods behind the house and I suspect we will soon see her showing up with this year's fawn(s).

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