Taken at Finchamstead Ridges. 60 acres of Finchampstead Ridges is preserved by the National Trust and is a peaceful common shaped during the Ice Age. It offers views over Berkshire, Hampshire and Surry, also a haven for wildlife and nature. This deer moved very quick as soon as he/she heard the clicking of my camera quick some distance away. They fled very quickly which resulted in some not amazing shots. None the less I was happy to come out with something šŸ™‚

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      • Yeah, that’s usually what I end up doing too. But I did happen to finally film a short clip of a doe grazing around the yard, a few months ago. After years of seeing deer around, I was looking to get at least one good picture of them, and one morning I come down stairs, and there was one peering at me through the window. So I ran to get my camera to see if I could snap a photo, and I did, and ended up getting a nice short little video clip out of it as well šŸ™‚

      • Glad I’m not the only one that does that :P. Awwh wow that must have been awesome! :D. I can imagine it was a rather funny site to see too šŸ™‚

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