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    Snowing Again

    I sometimes wonder what they are thinking..........................


    Snowing Again

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    Re: Snowing Again

    I don't know what the deer is thinking but, I get a wonderful feeling of tranquility from this image. I can just about "hear the silence".

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    Re: Snowing Again

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcrowe View Post
    I don't know what the deer is thinking but, I get a wonderful feeling of tranquility from this image. I can just about "hear the silence".
    Thank you richard. It gives me the same feeling, and i really don't know why.

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    Re: Snowing Again

    Steve, perhaps because I never have this sort of weather in front of my door, It looks a strong image to me. It does convey tranquility (and cold!). Very nice shot!

    PS.: I also can not guess what Bambi is thinking...

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    Re: Snowing Again

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcrowe View Post
    ... I get a wonderful feeling of tranquility from this image. I can just about "hear the silence".
    Sums it up perfectly. Beautifully put together image.

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    Re: Snowing Again

    I'm trying to imagine what the deer is thinking of you.

    This photo is so much more than another nice image of a deer in the snow; it's in the league of Currier & Ives. Notice the two large trees on each side acting as frames for the scene. The deer is perfectly positioned, as it is about to walk into the frame made by those pairs of trees. All of the trees directly behind the deer are so distant that they make a wonderful background rather than a distraction. The snow is clinging to the trees enough to be pretty but not so much that all of the wood and bark are covered up. The light is deliciously soft.

    Make it a holiday card!

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    And when you can time a snowflake, for a catchlight,...................................just sayin


    Thanks guy's, appreciate the comments and feedback!!!!!!!

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    it's in the league of Currier & Ives.
    I had to look it up.


    Wow mike, that is a compliment and a half...............................thank you very much.

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    Re: Snowing Again

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve S View Post
    I had to look it up.


    Wow mike, that is a compliment and a half...............................thank you very much.
    a) So did I

    b) But it's well justified.

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    Great image. I agree about the framing by the trees and love the way the deer is off center.

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