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Peace on Earth

White-tailed deer grazing in the pre-dawn light
at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, WI.

1st Place in the 2004 International Crane Foundation contest (environmental catagory).

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Guest 15-Aug-2011 03:03
I'm back again - it's peace and beauty are still stunning.
Guest 17-Jan-2006 16:30
I come back to this image every once in a while just to enfold myself in its peace and beauty. Exquisite and stunning.
Brian Sartor18-Aug-2005 12:52
Very beautifule shot!
Mindy McNaugher24-Jun-2005 03:34
Incredible shot! Serene and beautiful!
Guest 23-Jun-2005 15:49
Donald Verger06-Jun-2005 09:21
ps i have agallery called magic morning with fog shots and one called ethereal and one cacalled... searching for the light... where i have been interested in mood, i am hoping there is fog this summer morning! best, don
Donald Verger06-Jun-2005 09:20
peace indeed... lovely, voted!
Robin Reid05-Nov-2004 20:02
Wow... absolutley gorgeous.
Guest 04-Sep-2004 06:07
Alan Grant10-Mar-2004 22:16
I echo everything the others have said - gets my vote.
Ron Lutz II17-Jan-2004 15:25
WOW! Great shot!
Phyllis Stewart15-Jan-2004 04:59
Exquisite! Gets my vote!
roberta12-Oct-2003 19:10
This is one of the most beautiful images I have seen on pbase. Everything about it is outstanding. Roberta
Phil Douglis12-Oct-2003 04:34
I have to agree with Dirk on this shot -- it is one of the most beautiful examples of scale incongruity I have ever seen used in a wildife shot. Your abstraction leaves a great deal of room for the viewers imagination to enter the picture and never want to leave.

Guest 09-Oct-2003 22:45
Oh what in incredible beautiful and serene dreamy picture. Where did you take it, in paradise ? Superb capture and mood, bravo. Regards.
CJ Swartz 07-Oct-2003 03:48
I'll be very quiet, but I need to tell you how exquisitely beautiful this is...
Thank you for sharing a moment that I've never experienced - yet.