Count the stags...

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    I shall be without Internet access for several days, so this is my last upload for a while. I thought I'd leave you with a bit of daft trivia!

    Quiz time:

    Look directly at the antlers in the above image. How many stags can you see?

    [Answer in image below]

    ISO 6400 (soaking imminent) so apologies the image quality isn't quite up to standard, but I thought the grouping of the stags above was quite unusual.

    ...Looking forward to catching up when I'm back online...

    barnowlterry, BBC Springwatch, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. le cabri 30 months ago | reply

      One of the best of the day

    2. Dan Belton ( No Badger Cull ) 30 months ago | reply

      That is such an unusual grouping, I've never seen ones with such lovely orangey markings, a fantastic series with that forest of antlers ! My deer park pictures are nothing compared with yours : )

    3. richard.mcmanus. 30 months ago | reply

      Great group shots Kevin.

    4. gato-gato-gato 30 months ago | reply

      Sehr schönes Bild, mag ich.

    5. davy ren2 30 months ago | reply

      Really nice set Kevin well taken

    6. Eric Tilman 30 months ago | reply

      WOW....what an OUTSTANDING photo....seen in EXPLORE....WELL DESERVED!!

      Via Today's Explore at #257 on Fluidr

    7. andrewinpompey 30 months ago | reply

      Excellent set of images! I like the group shots and the purple heather. I imagine this is more rewarding (but harder work!) than Richmond Park and similar...

    8. KHR Images 30 months ago | reply

      ^ thanks all & for adding to favourites.

      @ - thank you Dan, I think you are definitely doing yourself down there - you have a stack of fantastic deer captures. I'm eager to get back on the moor as I can see from other recently posted pics that the stags have 'beefed up' and darked in colour. The antlers have also changed in appearance - almost like they now have silver tips to them. Just hope I can find one now!!

      @ - thanks Andrew. Certainly is for me - just a matter of personal preference really, but I do enjoy the challenge of finding creatures in the wild.

    9. Sprengben [why not get a friend] 30 months ago | reply

      Better than good! This photo really deserves to be explored.
      A great Thursday wish!
      Ben

    10. MOZBOZ1 30 months ago | reply

      Brilliant mate. I'm sure you have photoshopped an extra one in from the first shot!!!!

    11. Esox2402 30 months ago | reply

      What a parting gift to leave us with.
      More, more.

    12. SueT1912 30 months ago | reply

      Very clever main image. Only by looking at the subsequent images could I determine the numbers. Well captured.

    13. rgb66 (catching up) 30 months ago | reply

      An impressive looking bunch! Great shot!

    14. johnshlau 30 months ago | reply

      This is a wonderful shot...........congratulations on Explore, my friend!
      John

    15. Pablomasters 30 months ago | reply

      Lovely set Kev

    16. Pink Floyds Roadie 30 months ago | reply

      That was one hell of a Stag do!

    17. KHR Images 30 months ago | reply

      ^ thanks all for your comments/adding to favourites - very kind.

      Those extra shots again...

      Exmoor Stags

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