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Fawn, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, California, 2012

Fawn, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, California, 2012

As I walked the trails of this nature reserve, a deer suddenly appeared before me with her fawn in tow. I allowed the deer to cross the trail, and waited for the fawn to reach its midpoint before I made this image. In doing so, I place the fawn precisely between two rope fences, symbolizing both the presence and purposes of man. The ropes are there to protect the delicate products of nature on either side of the trail. Yet the fawn, also a natural creature, is suspended here between the ropes, gingerly crossing a trail built both for the convenience of man and for the protection of nature. The late afternoon backlight and my tight framing serve to abstract and simplify the subject, making it more symbolic and less descriptive.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2
1/400s f/5.6 at 200.0mm iso320 hide exif
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Date/Time12-Aug-2012 17:15:04
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length200 mm
Exposure Time1/400 sec
ISO Equivalent320
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