I have been taking advantage of the good weather this week taking pictures on the superb light first thing in the morning. The problem with early morning light is that you have to get up and be on site ready for it coming. I was up at 3.45am to be i the area I use for roe deer. I wanted some images of the buck and the does. I was in my hide by 5:30am. There’s something eerie about sitting in a hide in the dark, your mind wanders and the dark plays trick on you. Your attention becomes focused.
Eventually the light came up and the deer put in an appearance. The early morning light was stunning and the deer stayed around for some time. They were quite close most of the session, sometime to close. They would stop and look straight at me when I shot a rapid burst of pictures, staring directly at the hide and me in it.
I managed some good pictures, here a just a few.