- PaulH (13882)
- [2008-09-08 8:26]
sorry to hear you're still not well mate. Jai said you were still skiving ;o)
I remember this hind well, and i think even posted my own portrait of her. Such a lovely setting and beautiful light...i think we'll have to do the same again this year eh? Nearly that time again...
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2008-09-08 8:34]
When you got such a beauties in your archive you don't have to go out. What a marvelous light. Excellent sharpness, colours, POV and composition. And it all look so natural.
- lousat (65309)
- [2008-09-08 8:38]
Hi Nico,the scene is beautifull,i like a lot the colors of this cervus and the magnfic light in the grass,excellent shot,thanks to show us this beauty,Luciano
- uleko (10940)
- [2008-09-08 9:00]
Sorry to hear you're unwell but I hope you'll soon recover and that the sun comes out in England too!
Lovely capture of the Red Deer half-hidden in the tall grass and enjoying the sunshine! I like the way he looks very alert. Great sharpness and fine natural colours. Well composed too.
TFS and best wishes, Ulla
- jaycee (25460)
- [2008-09-08 9:40]
That's not nice to have the flu - get well soon. A lovely Red Deer almost hidden in the tall grasses. Natural colors, great details and lighting. It's nice to see autumn colors - something we do not see here.
Sorry about your virus nick...a good archive will fill for you...this particular deer is unknown with exception of images I get from Europe...I mentioned just yesterday to another that they remind me of Sherwood, robin and all....in this case Maid Marian I suspect....either way..I am unclear as to sex...you imply male in this image Nick?
- trevorbayliss (0)
- [2008-09-08 10:02]
Sods Law you get some time off work and get a bout of the Flu.
This is a fine capture of the Female Red...You have captured some really nice colour tones here...I would like to see all the detail a bit larger.
All the best
- cataclysta (5666)
- [2008-09-08 10:52]
Maybe it is not perfectly sharp but the light and situation is very nice here. Great hidden in a grass deer
I like it
- Heaven (7912)
- [2008-09-08 11:13]
I haven't been very busy on TN during the last days and notice that you have posted many beautiful pictures. I soemtimes wish to have more time...
Well, it was a good idea to dip into your archives and to show us this beautiful red deer. I like the lighting very much and the vivid background contrasts well with the calm main subject.
I hope that you will recover soon from your flu!
Kind regards and best wishes
- horia (16656)
- [2008-09-08 11:32]
A very beautiful shot from you archive, my friend. Sorry to hear you aren't feeling well...Get well soon!
I like the calm feeling of this shot...the deer doesn't feel at all threatened by your presence and therefore it looks completely natural.
Lovely colors and excllent composition.
Bravo and TFS
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2008-09-08 11:50]
Very good light in these high grasses.
Lovely Red deer you photographed here.
Well done, Nicholas
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2008-09-08 12:23]
Nice capture from this deer lying in the grasses.
Good light and natural clours.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2008-09-08 12:58]
Hi Nick, what a lovely and perfect capture of this beautiful Red Deer in a fine composition my friend! Great!
TFS and cheers,
- pekkavalo1 (6789)
- [2008-09-08 14:18]
Very good capture of this Red Deer in its natural environment. Very good POV and composition, sharp details and beautiful colours.
- GaryT (160)
- [2008-09-08 16:26]
Nice, moody shot. Color is really good. Gary
- EOSF1 (23955)
- [2008-09-08 17:47]
Good capture of the lady Deer! Good warm light and very sharp details! I really like the tight crop, well done again!
- joey (24909)
- [2008-09-09 2:11]
that's sounds like a nasty flu, I hope it clears up soon.
This is a wonderful photo of this Red Deer!
That was a great day and we've got to do it again, last time I only had my compact camera and I didn't get a good blurry BG so you can see all the people in my shots :-)
I love the golden light here.
Very well done,
- jrobertop (544)
- [2008-09-09 9:04]
A extraordinary picture!
The effect caused for the dry woods is very beautiful.
Excellent nuance and exposure.
Congratulations my friend.