donderdag 15 oktober 2009
Some time ago i hosted the very succesfull Roe Deer workshops during their rut season. As i was working with the Roe Deer at the time i got the idea to return when the first snow or frost would appear this fall or winter. Last night the weather report gave some first nightly frost so this was the right moment.
So this morning when i arrived i went to look for the Roe Deer and after some searching i was able to find them in one of their area's. The moorland was covered in white ans there was a thick layer of fog hanging over the field wich created a wonderful atmosphere and i was glad i got out of bed at 06.30 hours.
The Roe Deer where perhaps not as cooperative as they where during the rut season but i still managed to get some decent shots and they let me get as close as 20 meters from them so my day was spent well..
Later this morning the sun started to shine and the light and atmosphere changed completely resulting in another setting and i was able to get some more shots in that light again before returning home.
Hope you have enjoyed viewing these Roe Deer images again and next week i will be off to southern France to host a week long photographic holiday and i am ofcourse looking very much forward to that event wich i will surely report more of on this weblog in a later stage.