This 2 year old buck’s antlers were still in velvet last early summer when I took this. By next year he will be better but a 5 year old is best for horns. Having said that….
This Buck is Wyoming (WY) proud for sure. I actually have some other photos of this guy around the ranch that I’d have to find to show you but this is the real deal. (his antlers spell WY if you haven’t seen it yet). 📸
I have a deer image who’s antlers spell WYO somewhere too lolol. I’ll get to it.
Crawling back into a natural Shelter in the backcountry at sunset would make one think about the little critters inside (and anything else that might hang on out them), but it was cold enough I’m thinking the creepy crawlies were pretty slow motion when I was in there. Nice and snug out of the wind though lolol. It’s turning winter fast here in the Wyotana borderlands.
This is an out of the camera effect with this Mule Buck Caught between 2 IR Flashes simultaneously. I have 3 Game trail cameras covering this location and when they go off at the same time, I get some very interesting effects. This is an in the camera equivalent to “posterization”. Naturally taken with me doing virtually nothing to the image post click. The little squiggle right of the deers head is a bug flying zig zag showing how long the exposure was thus how still the deer was. Trail Cameras amaze me sometimes. The image quality is never great even in the best rigs, I have to clean them up all the time laboriously at times. The best game trail captures are to a one candid and have attributes that absolutely endear (pun intended) them to me.❤️
This inverted Crown Sky is one of the more rare skies I occasionally get the privilege of photographicing.
All The Crepuscular rays are diverging away from the position in the sky the sun is in. The Monster face was obvious and natural. I did nothing to the form of this image.
I’m typing this on Wednesday night. It will post on most social media and several FB forums automatically on Friday morning :).
This inverted Crown Sky (crepuscular rays) pointing downward and outward. The perspective of a shot like this is hard to understand unless you know that this is also a VERY wide shot over 120 degrees across.
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