Absolutely great shot. I love the way the trees look so evenly spaced with the deer seemingly running to their safety.
This is a beautiful image and rare to see such an interesting landscape. I live in a forest environment where the deer hunting season breaks my heart. It is a pleasure to see these young deer being shot by a camera and not a firearm. Great Photography!
Beautiful contrast. It reminds me of what we call the "onion fields" outside of Point Pelee National Park in Leamington, Ontario. The soil is so black it looks like tilled charcoal. Just like the earth in this photo.
I always love photos that create many questions . The uniformity of various textures are interesting.... What kind of forest has trees lined up in uniform rows? The deer are high alert..? Many questions in this photo
One more winning photograph,one more comment that deserves to be a good one. Just simply a fantastic shot. The forest of trees making a curtain like backdrop to where the deer are heading, is just awesome. They are spaced apart almost exactly, as if posed that way! j.e.s.....
Interesting but I get a lot of shots of deer running away from me across tilled or untilled fields like this. Not my favorite.
Trees + branches + newly tilled soil + deers running with all these in the background have created an enchanted atmosphere.
@JUDI ROSELLI thank you
@JUDI ROSELLIAbsolutely agree!
@Shelley Moss thank you
@Jeff Blondin thank you
@liz pidlaoan thank you
@Kailey Warchocki Looks like a tilled field to me.
@SockFoon MacDougall Thank you
@Joy Saldanha Thank you, merely just lucky!
@Tammy Giblin thank you
@Para Noid thank you
@Hh H. Thank you very much
@Suresh Parameswaran Thank you, and unfortunately, the 16:9 aspect ratio is incorrect
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