I asked one of my work colleagues if he wished to accompany me on a stalk to take some pictures of the deer.
As we watched a doe come over the fence I gave him half an hours worth of camera shooting time. I then said I'm ready for the shot and he got his camera ready for speed shooting and I let the shot off. As soon as I did that his shutter was clicking away.
Below you will see the results of a clean heart shot a second after the deer turned. You will see quite clearly that large amounts of blood being pumped out.
When I tracked the shot to the fall, you could see 6 large areas of pumped blood.
This is an Extremely rare opportunity for DSC candidates to see what happens and the reasons why shot placement is extremely important for the humane culling of deer.
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