Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Morning Sunshine

Most mornings on my route to work, several Roe Deer can be seen out on one of the road side fields, the field as a fairly steep bank rising up towards Harewood Forest and is surrounded by quite a thick tall Beech hedge. Fleeting glimpses through the odd gap in the hedge usually reveal between 5-9 Roe, mainly young Bucks along with a couple of Doe's and some youngsters.

On this particularly bright morning with the sun shining, I thought I'd pop the camera in the car for a quick pit stop on the way to work. Parking on the side of the road I crept along the fence line hoping that I wouldn't spook the deer when I appeared in the gap. Due to the limited view of the hedgerow gap, I could only get a few shots of one particular Buck. The light was really harsh so I've had to give them a black & white conversion. 

A real shame as I got quite close. Below is a view of the River as the autumn change is beginning, I posted the same view back in April so its nice to see how its changed.

The Halfwater Up to date pictures and sightings, prior to me getting around to writing these blog posts, Look out for a free give away soon as well.
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