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    Managed a few shots of this chap ...story is he has been getting fed by the local snack van and has become quite tame!! Now that the rutting season is very close he has now become a bit on the aggressive side so the estate wants to take him out …We can’t just shoot them this side …need a firearms certificate and they are extremely hard to get this side …

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    and a couple more
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    Really nice shots and what a Beautiful animal. All I can say is take advantage of having him around by taking lots of photos.

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    Nice and sharp photos, and great composition.

    Would you mind telling us what camera and lens you used?

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    Sorry meant to post this as new post. Did mot mean to post on your thread

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    RayfromAK the camera was a 350d along with a 70-200mm 2.8 IS L

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    That is a nice looking Stag! Must be something else to be that close to one.

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