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A few pronghorns from the last couple of days. All with the 300 f/4 and MC14.

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The plant in the background is WECCO, it likes to blowup, so it was moved out to WBF.

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WECCO is surrounded by a chain link security fence after 9-11, but the pronghorns seem to know the gate access code. They ones behind the fence seem to be oblivius to observers, so it's easy to get closer to them. These were shot through the chain link fence.

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EM124923-1 by Harvey Richards, on Flickr

And one with abnormal horns.

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EM125025-1 by Harvey Richards, on Flickr
 
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Trapped in another world
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AlexMachine

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During my work trips, I allways have my camera with me. While driving small backwoods roads I some times find interesting things. This time a herd of 24 Finnish forest reindeer - which is not your regular reindeer living in Lapland. They went almost to complete extinction in 19th century. Total population is now between 1500-2000.
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Look Left, Look Right, Always be on your Guard.

(A 3 picture stitch in 1:1 format where the little fox was looking around for big bad ugly snoopy photographers. Done in Photoshop CC by loading the pictures as layers, extending the canvas to fit all 3, arranging them using the Move tool, Content-Aware Fill on the edges to make them blend better. Edited the pictures in Lightroom to closely match the color rendition and White Balance).
 
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Visitor to a bird feeder in my garden this week. Shot through the dining room window.
I was surprised it was more interested in these seeds, than the peanuts just out of shot.
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Rutting mule deer buck...the girls are getting a little goosey!
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On1 likes to lop off the lens info in the EXIF: O75-300ii.
 
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Saw this beautiful fox yesterday morning on a morning patrol past my yard.

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I recall one very foggy day at the top of Mt. Evans when I stumbled into the restroom and was surprised to see a really big animal blocking the entrance to the urinals. It was not long until the beauty nudged up next to me rubbing me as it left the restroom.
 

Mountain_Man_79

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I recall one very foggy day at the top of Mt. Evans when I stumbled into the restroom and was surprised to see a really big animal blocking the entrance to the urinals. It was not long until the beauty nudged up next to me rubbing me as it left the restroom.
That day they did not let me pass. I had to get down to Georgetown to find a bathroom on my way out!
 

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Around here the goats are attracted to urine. They come into campsites and get very aggressive. A goat killed a man in Olympic NP a few years ago. Give them a wide berth.
 

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