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Old 04-16-2012, 04:26 PM   #1
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Got these photos this morning while out doing some hunting. Couldn't resist to get some photos first. I always take my Canon with me when I am out fishing or hunting. I enjoy stalking and being able to get photo shots before the big shot! These pictures were shot at 30 yards over about a 25 minute period at the edge of a recently mowed meadow and woods. The old Boys were so interested in the ladies that they would look when the camera click went off. As we know how cautious and aware of things the are. The wind also helped because of movement of the foliage and sound of the wind which helped to mask my camera shots. But I stayed perfectly still and before long they were back with their business in mind! Never had to call! I spotted them and done the old traditional low crawl into position! Took one home for the effort!


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Old 04-16-2012, 11:45 PM   #2
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Great shots man!! Love seeing pics from the hunt
And reading a good story to go with it.

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Great photos.
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Very nice! Love to watch 'em strut....into range.
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Originally Posted by Sniper03 View Post
The old Boys were so interested in the ladies that they would look when the camera click went off.
just goes to show that behind the downfall of every male there is a female

great pics, congrats on the hunt

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