Pictures from an outing last week.
Caveats - no intention of shooting ( I know - but better cleared up at the start ), just over our march, pictures were taken at distance with zoom so apologies for quality.
Stalking quietly along, we ended up watching a stag - still apparently holding hinds, calmly walk by the Loch ( over our boundary, so not in pursuit ). For reasons best known to himself - it was a chilly day and I imagine the Loch was frigid - he chivvies the hinds into the Loch and they walk through it for several hundred yards - right beside a perfectly good ( and dry ) bank.
I have some video - bit shaky - of a hind 'kneeing' its calf to hurry it up out of the water as they came out; so suspect the deer were fully aware of how cold the water was.
Sat with client and just watched - along with a 'pythonesk' discussion as to whether the Spearfish Torpedo would be classed as 'designed to expand in a predictable manner'...