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Thread: View from the highseat

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    View from the highseat

    Thought i would start a thread with photo's taken from your highseat to let other people see the view you have,i will start it off with this doe posing for my phone/camera.

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    If ou have seen this on the other thread(roebucks in the east.) sorry




    different seat.



    and another




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    Beautiful this morning, Muntjac crossing! 1 huge buck and a couple smaller ones. One fairly large doe.
    Interesting considering we were 'fitting' the high-seat!

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    Very appealing shot.

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    Views from mine





    Life should be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving skidding in sideways, Merlot in one hand, Cigar in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming WOO HOO what a ride!

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    Here’s 2 snaps I took this a.m.

    East wind is playing havoc here, not seen many about the last few mornings



    Wish the pylons weren’t spoiling the view



    Rb

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigboot View Post
    Here’s 2 snaps I took this a.m.

    East wind is playing havoc here, not seen many about the last few mornings



    Wish the pylons weren’t spoiling the view



    Rb
    Nice bit of ground there! (do like Scotland!)
    Went out this morning froze my nads off - munties, passed on all 3 of them - will get that big buck!!!

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    Out and up the valley. Regular migration of fallow move through here from woodland to arable but not this evening so got the camera out.


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    This is a view from a friends seat. I shot 2 muntjac on the same day with 10 minutes of each other on this ride when I was there last time.

    It is my favourite seat!!!

    Cheers

    Ross

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackselby3000 View Post
    Out and up the valley. Regular migration of fallow move through here from woodland to arable but not this evening so got the camera out.

    Sure that person will be made up to see you pointing your rifle at their house there!!!!!!!!!!!!

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