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Deers in Flood

Deers in Flood

The snow which fell on the mountains last week is beginning to melt and
coupled with heavy rainfall has resulted in floods in Ravensdale valley.
These deer seemed quite unperturbed that their grazing ground was flooded.

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Alan K02-Feb-2013 02:38
Very rustic. The waters lapping over the grass like that speak of a winter that hasn't quite done with you.
Alan K02-Feb-2013 02:36
Very rustic. The waters lapping over the grass like that speak of a winter that hasn't quite done with you.
Colin Storey27-Jan-2013 20:49
Great image of these deers, wonderful colourful scene.
Neal Nye27-Jan-2013 11:55
However miserable the weather might be, it certainly offers some great photo opportunities. A beautiful shot of this pretty, wet valley.
Karen Stuebing26-Jan-2013 22:52
I wonder if deer can swim. Great point of view and beautiful scene. Lovely color. V.
tinkerb26-Jan-2013 22:49
Well spotted. Seems strange they would try and feed in the water, mind judging on the way they like to throw themselves at my car I think they may be on a par with pheasants!
Frank Brault26-Jan-2013 22:45
A beautiful image. Hope the deers will be all right. V
laine26-Jan-2013 22:43
They do look content in that lovely valley, Mairéad. gmv for a superb shot
Brian Samuel26-Jan-2013 22:21
Shame to see floods back but it doesn't look destructive here, and as you say the deer look unflustered. Great to capture them like this.
Johnny JAG26-Jan-2013 22:01
I hope they had their flippers on.
larose forest photos26-Jan-2013 21:42
Quite an astonishing scene with the deer in the midst of that flooded area. V
John Reynolds26-Jan-2013 21:39
Beautiful winter scene, v.
Helen Betts26-Jan-2013 21:36
A beautiful scene nicely captured. I love that you got the deer (I think) in the water. V.
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