Portrait of a wolf and two young wolves playing.
Snowy owl hunting for breakfast in a snowy field near Ottawa, Canada.
This is my favorite photo of a buck deer standing in a snow storm.
Here is a buck deer I caught in a snow storm. He is checking me out.
Here is a buck deer finding some food in the woods.
A winter scene of a log farm covered in fresh snow.
A snowy owl sitting on a snow bank, hunting for food early in the morning with the sun sprakling off the snow.
This is my favourite photo with a white-tailed buck deer standing is a snowstorm.
A young buck running through the winter forest searching for food.
A buck deer trying to scratch the itch.
Here is a young white-tailed buck deer walking through the snow, searching for food.
Here is a 10 point white-tailed deer buck running through the snow in the early morning light.
White-tailed buck deer turns his head to see who is behind him.
A whitetail buck deer enjoying the fresh snowfall.
Here is a photo of the first snowfall this winter! A good one!
It's spring and the snow has returned today! I just thought that I would send for one of my favourite winter photographs. The whitetail buck deer standing in the snow storm. Enjoy!
The snow has returned once more for this year. I woke to a winter wonderland of snow covering virtual everything.
Here are three photographs of whitetail buck deer standing in the snow in the forest. They are all aware of my presence and are keeping a close eye on me. These photographs where taken with my Canon 7D Mark II camera and a Sigma 150-600 mm lens set at 300 to 500 mm. The shutter speed was set to 1/800 second, the aperture was set to F6.3 and the ISO ranged from 2500 to 4000 depending on the light available. All shoots where taken early in the morning, just after sun rise.
Two Whitetail Buck Deer seen in the forest. These photographs were take with my Canon 7D Mark II camera and a 400 mm lens. The shutter speed was set at 1/400 second, the aperture was set at F5.6 and the ISO was set at 2500.
Early on a winter's morning the snow and ice clings tightly to the branches of the trees. This photograph was take with my Canon 7D Mark II camera and a 400 mm lens. The shutter speed was set to 1/1000 second, the aperture was set at f6.3 and the ISO was 100.