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Photo by Roger Irwin

Photographer Roger Irwin spends considerable time trekking around the Northeast, in all seasons and conditions and terrain, in search of wildlife. His journey to get this photo was considerably easier. “I was eating breakfast sitting at my kitchen table and noticed this buck and a doe in my meadow about a quarter-mile away. I grabbed my camera and 300mm lens and drove down in my truck, stopping several times to get photos out the window,” Irwin explained. “As I got closer they decided to head for the trees along the Connecticut River bank. The sun coming through the fog and trees with the frost on everything, including the deer's back, just makes the picture. Sometimes I get lucky and it all comes together.”


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