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Red and Fallow Deer - Richmond Park 2005

Richmond Park is the largest open space in London covering almost 1,000 hectares (2,500 acres), and is home to a huge array of wildlife. It's quite surreal to walk through this place, if you can ignore the planes overhead, and get away from cars, you could almost be in the countryside, and yet you are just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of city life. I love spending time in here, and I always try to take my camera – here are some of the images. The Park has changed little over the centuries and although it is surrounded by human habitation, the varied landscape of hills, woodland gardens and grasslands set among ancient trees abounds in wild life.

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Stag Basking in the afternoon sun
Stag Basking in the afternoon sun
Stag portrait - Richmond park
Stag portrait - Richmond park
Wild(ish) Stag in Richmond Park, UK
Wild(ish) Stag in Richmond Park, UK
Wid(ish) Stag, Richmond park, UK
Wid(ish) Stag, Richmond park, UK
Wid(ish) Stag, Richmond park, UK
Wid(ish) Stag, Richmond park, UK
Deer Run
Deer Run
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Mr. Sneezy
Getting very close to the herd
Getting very close to the herd
Ickle Baby Fallow
Ickle Baby Fallow
In hiding
In hiding
hiding
hiding
Close up from about 4 metres with 200mm telephoto f5.6
Close up from about 4 metres with 200mm telephoto f5.6
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