Friday, April 3, 2009

Bath Time...

As you can see I have been trying to slip in some other photographs over the last three weeks to give everyone a break from the bird photos. In keeping with that here is one from last fall in Yellowstone. These Mule deer were grooming each other, for the amount of shots I took I didn't get many keepers, they were just the right height with the brush to keep most from being good. That's all for this week, have a great weekend.

15 comments:

Sparky said...

Nice shoot. This picture just does something to me.

Naturegirl said...

Precious photo..great capture as is the glacier image for your SWF entry!

Álvaro said...

Beautiful wildlife pictures! I´ll be back soon.
Greetings from Spain.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Digital cameras are great that way: you can take 24 photos to every one you keep ... although hopefully there are more keepers

onangelwings said...

What a sweet picture.

Syaa_Fiqq said...

This is wonderful photo. How nice they were grooming each other..

Marie said...

Beautiful post :)

Oz Girl said...

Wonderful wildlife shot, great capture of the mule deer grooming the other! ;)

Michele said...

Aww... that is just too darn adorable! A very nice photo.

Salty said...

Good shot of wildlife interaction Brad and its all tack sharp to boot! The warm colors you captured here are terrific!

hillybillyfarmgirl said...

I love your pictures! Thank you so much for sharing! :)

NovaS said...

oh wow, the deer is amazing, you have some kind of natural talent here..

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kjpweb said...

Loving it! Wonderful detail and light!
Cheers, Klaus
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Willard said...

One of my favorite subjects. I love to photograph the local whitetail herd grooming too! Excellent job!

Sara G said...

Awwww, I just love this photo!!
Thanks so much for sharing it with us.