Photo-a-Day (Sunday, 18th August, 2019)
Spotted at Worthington
Well Alan, you don't get much better than that , their very timid, and normally their off running,well done,excellent .
There's a look of curiosity in that face...well caught. Looks healthy, there must be plenty for them to survive on in the surroundings.
What a brilliant shot.They are beautiful animals.I spotted one as I was climbing over a gate to reach a field near to Borsdane Wood but it scooted before I managed to get a pic.
As I've said before,I've only ever seen one in the far distance..and isn't this one a gorgeous colour..another of Gods beautiful creatures..thank you Alan.
Saw one yesterday next to the Haigh Windmill
I'm watching youuuu!
Very lucky catch especially if broad daylight, which it looks as if.
Excellent catch, Alan..
Well done, great pic...
Great photo. Lived in Wigan for 60 odd years. Active walker, always out and about. Complained to everyone that I had never ever, sighted one. Then lo and behold spotted one in the Douglas Valley on Pendlebury Lane in June. At long last...I was made up!
I've watched specimens, younger and smaller than that shown here, being freed from tangled netting by experts on TV, and when, also, they were seen to be quite a handful for their saviours.
I guess that 'should specimens, such as that shown here, succumb to the same situation' then they would probably - with no guarantee of recovery, I believe - have to undergo a mild sedation. A 'jolly' good idea.
Another great photo dad x
i like venison