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    There have been more deer hanging out in my yard today than I've seen all year. I finally decided it would be good practice for possible elk sitings on my trip next week. Here are a few. C&C welcome!

    #1 I was zooming in on the buck in the background when this doe stepped in front of the camera.
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    #2 This year's fawn
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    #3 Tearing up the Aspens
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    #4 One of the big guys. They are all still hanging out together.
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    Great shots Terri, you certainly have an interesting back yard.

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    Really nice, Terri.

    I especially appreciated the images of the fawn and the interaction with the aspen. #4 just speaks of dominance and ownership

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    Thanks Dave and Kevin. Yes, I love my yard. We've had this place for 3 years and I never tire of the wildlife that wander through! It's what really spurred my interest in photography.

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    Oh to live in the country. I love the light on her face in the 1st one. The fawn is adorable.

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