As the title says - an antlered doe. I shot this during my final DSC2 stalk in December, with John Allan from Moray Outfitters as the AW (the photos are his). The ground was somewhere near Elgin - a large barley stubble field. Arrived at first light to see two deer out in the middle. Made our way into a shooting position, and saw what looked like a buck (with antlers) and a doe (no antlers). Shot the doe. The 'buck' didn't bolt, and I got a got a good look at its back end - clearly had a tush. So after a bit of faffing, got into position and shot 'her' as well. Turned out to be a very, very old doe - almost no teeth, and no signs of pregnancy when opend up.
Here she is immediately after the shot:
And here is the skull boiled out (by John, who still has it, if anyone wants a closer look). A really remarkable head, and not something I expect to see again.
(All photographs property of and copyright to John Allan)