Female Muntjac deer and her young calf, in our back garden, just below the kitchen window, early this morning.

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Technique: Z 6 with 70-300 Nikkor lens at 300mm; 6400 ISO; Lightroom, starting at the Camera Portrait v2 profile; shot through the double-glazed window; our back garden in Bristol; 27 May 2021.


    • I didn’t know they’re not liked but, rather than being an introduced / foreign species, I would imagine its because they damage people’s precious gardens. I’m very happy to have them around, and the appearance of this fawn is simply wonderful. My garden is secluded, quiet and totally unkempt, and I get pleasure from the fact that these deer find it a good place to be – including during the times when they have to keep their fawn safe. 🙂


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