A FAWN WITH A NOSE-JOB (Thank you January for the suggestion. LOL)
Three images of a young Fawn. Because of the thick woods, I was not able to photograph the young Deer without tree trunks and branches getting in the way. In this instance, I got all of the Deer except for a part of its hind leg and the end of its snoot (nose). I did a little after processing to get the image I wanted; that is, all of the Deer except for the still missing part of its hind leg.
Top Image: Final Image, as modified by borrowing a nose and part of the scene from image # 3.
As shot, full-frame image with the nose obscured by a dark tree trunk.
Image from which I borrowed the nose and adjacent area to complete the top image.