Another photo request.

VSS

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Once again I'm looking for a few photos to accompany a magazine article. Sure I could source what I need from BASC, DI or BDS, but I much prefer to ask around and get pics from individuals. Unfortunately, all of my own deer photos are of dead ones, and I need live ones this time.
One photo each of typical examples of each of the six UK species, either singly or in a group. Ideally (but not essentially) photographed in situations where they might be expected to be in conflict with human land use, eg, in crops / gardens, or grazing alongside busy roads.
If anyone has anything suitable, I'd be grateful. Thanks.
 

BryanDC

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Once again I'm looking for a few photos to accompany a magazine article. Sure I could source what I need from BASC, DI or BDS, but I much prefer to ask around and get pics from individuals. Unfortunately, all of my own deer photos are of dead ones, and I need live ones this time.
One photo each of typical examples of each of the six UK species, either singly or in a group. Ideally (but not essentially) photographed in situations where they might be expected to be in conflict with human land use, eg, in crops / gardens, or grazing alongside busy roads.
If anyone has anything suitable, I'd be grateful. Thanks.
Hi VSS,
Have a look at the ones I posted this morning. Two Roe in my back garden yesterday morning.
 

MackayRSA

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Here's a few Sika and a Roe to get you on your way:

Sika hind in my back garden
2 Sika stags in a local farmers cattle grazing
A group of Sika stags on the same farmers grazing
A slightly blurry Roe buck

Some images have an unobtrusive watermark in the bottom corner, don't worry they all belong to me.
If you use any of these, please let me know where I can find the article.
 

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VSS

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There's some nice photos there - thanks very much so far. If I pm my email address, I'd be grateful if you could send me them as high-res files, so that I can see if they'll be good enough to reproduce in print.
 

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