Showing posts from June, 2022

Early Summer Roe Deer Project - 2022

I've been visiting a nature reserve on the Sussex/Surrey border since 2011, and it's an ideal place to photograph Roe deer, especially in early summer, when the grass isn't too tall and food sources are plentiful. Human visitors to the reserve are almost always polite and considerate to me. The fact that roe deer can be observed from close quarters in plain sight is testament to how much local people care about the animals and birds living here. Although a few photographers know about the reserve, I prefer not to share the location, as photographers would be at cross-purposes, with one person having to structure their activity around the others'. The mature buck (see below) is chasing a younger, smaller buck away from his territory, following one of many incursions. The unfortunate victim of chasing had a rotten day. More on this later. Visitors to this site will be delighted to recognise the same mature buck from 2021. It's a pity that I wasn't able to spot any

Popular posts from this blog

The Secret Bluebell Woods of Sussex

Photos of the Year 2013

The Beautiful Starling Murmurations at Brighton Pier

Brighton and Hove Snow Diary 2010

Brighton Starling Murmurations - 2020 / 2021

Early Summer Roe Deer Project - 2022

Early Summer Roe Deer Project - June 2021

Early Summer Roe Deer Project 2019

The Sussex Bluebell Season

Photos of the Year - 2022