Found Dinner

© Michelle Alton

Found Dinner

Uploaded: March 06, 2015 | Entered: March 06, 2015 04:18:10

Description

We were socked yesterday with at least 10 inches of snow. But at this point, it was around six inches covering everything. Two does discovered a feeding haven under a short evergreen shrub right outside our living room window.

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/320 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 250, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 185.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Comments

M Pettijohn March 06, 2015

lovely capture-especially the snow on the doe's face-- #1609851

R. J. Laudenbacher level-deluxe March 06, 2015

What a great capture, Michelle. Love the snow covered doe! #11260758

Gail Sullivan level-classic March 06, 2015

This is wonderful, Michelle...love the does framed by the snow-laden branches. Amazingly enough, we were spared the storm here. #11260767

Gord MacEachern March 06, 2015

Great winter capture Michelle, I am sure they will be glad to see spring also!! #11260783

Mary Beth Aiello level-classic March 06, 2015

What a fantastic capture, Michelle. So glad you had your camera ready. #11260806

Christine Greenspan level-classic March 06, 2015

Sweet and beautiful! #11260807

Tammy M. Anderson level-deluxe March 06, 2015

Wonderful capture. Like the snow covered face. #11260824

Jeff Sielski March 06, 2015

Beautiful capture Michelle! #11260830

JO ANN CLEVELAND March 06, 2015

Ohhhh, now I see the Doe! Framed in the brances beautifully Michelle! #11260941

John Connolly March 06, 2015

An amazing image Michelle! You have some gorgeous visitors to your yard! #11261172

Evy Johansen level-classic March 06, 2015

Wow... Fantastic capture Michelle!! #11261403

Douglas Pignet March 07, 2015

lovely winter capuure #11261544

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic March 07, 2015

Beautiful capture, Michelle. love all the snow and the doe peeking out. I can't imagine being in all that snow. I've been in Florida almost my whole life. I've seen snow and been in it a few times. #11261756

Terry Cervi level-classic March 07, 2015

A stunning capture, Michelle! #11262144

Reynaldo D. Reyes level-classic March 08, 2015

What a rare treat to capture this adorable creature. Excellent comp and framing indeed. #11262580

Ellen Hodges level-deluxe March 08, 2015

Wonderful in every way! Spring is just around the corner, hopefully! #11262650

Heather Loewenhardt level-deluxe March 16, 2015

Wow your timing was perfect. Love this little peek-a-boo effect. #11266425

Irene Colling level-classic March 25, 2015

Why go outside when you can get pictures like this from your living room. #11271733

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