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Another Mule Deer Buck III

Butt shot on the road! XD This was taken through the windshield of the car.

If you would like to use this as stock or ref, please read and FOLLOW the rules in my journal. Thanks.
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2271x1510px 421.4 KB
Shutter Speed
10/1250 second
Focal Length
15 mm
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Date Taken
Jul 30, 2008, 11:31:12 PM
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jorgeyu's avatar
Thank you for share it!
anatiidae's avatar
Used here for practice! ooh, pretty headlights by anatiidae  Thank you :)
Track-Maidens's avatar
that's so cool! Really nicely done :D 
anatiidae's avatar
What a great shot! < 3
Pincons's avatar
I used your stock here : [LINK]
Thank you very much :)
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Very cool! You're welcome!
Zalcoti's avatar
Deer are so funny sometimes. It really makes me wish I had a camera when this baby whitetail deer was running down the road in front of my mom's car.
Track-Maidens's avatar
I hope it didn't get hit! I really like taking photos of deer. They're challenging!
Zalcoti's avatar
No it just ran off the road after my mom yelled at it. :giggle:
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mttomimages's avatar
Neat photo! To follow up on another viewer's remarks, this is not a Mule Deer or a Whitetail Deer. It's a Black-tail Deer, which not a subspecies of Mule Deer. These are a very common breed of deer in Washington State.
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Black-tailed deer are considered a subspecies of mule deer. ;)
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Thanks for notification!
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ReyeD33's avatar
Used here [link] :D
Thank you ! :thanks:
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You're welcome! That's a very interesting work that you used it in - very cool!
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Thanks for the great stock!
Used this here: [link]
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Welcome, and thanks for the notification!
spirit-of-the-fire's avatar
Hi there! I used this here: [link]

Thanks for providing :D
Nopeita's avatar
This is cute. :D
But it's not a mule deer. xD Mulies have white butts.
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Well, he may not look like one, but he certainly is. This picture was taken in the Seattle area - the only deer species that lives in this area is the mule deer. White-tail deer are extremely rare in Washington, and only live very near to the Columbia river - over 100 miles from where this picture was taken.
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