Fawn brothers story - p5

130 2


Debra Plett

Yves, this image is adorable and my favourite as well. I like the emotion and feeling of trust that is portrayed through this series of images.

Yves Langlois

Thanks Debra. I read you in every words here and I agree all the way. It is a real pleasure to share those émotional moments with those who like them. I am only responsible to learn how to capture the emotion with a camera. Mother nature is the one that presents me someting to practice. I think she likes my work because there is more of those moments to capture.

Heather Mellon

What a delightful pair they are, and such a beautiful capture of them. Excellent lighting, compo and detail again in this shot Yves. Love the storyline and that you knew when it was time to withdraw. Well done.

Yves Langlois

Thanks for the nice comment Heather. It was a delighful encounter and ending it properly was a must, to keep the marvellous attached to the souvenir.

Jenny Stevens

What a lovely series. Of them all, this is my favourite. Love your storylinie.

Yves Langlois

Thanks Jenny. It is mine too. For the beautyful pose of the two guys, and for all the meanings I see in there. I take it as a gift from Mother Nature.

Clifford Dupuis

What a great shot of these two in their environment. Great detail and composition, which all comes to berthed with your story. All pics can story are well told

Yves Langlois

Thank you very much Clifford. I returned twice to that site and never saw them back. It was a one chance only experience and it was a beautyful moment.

They were so cute. The brave one in front, licking its nose with interest and satisfaction. The little one behind was not so sur but wants to follow any way. Two different caracters entering life for the better. I took a last shot and disappeared backward because big brother was so brave that he made few steps to come closer to me. I would have like it very much but a rule inside of me said not to do so.
Taken By
Yves Langlois
Taken On
July 25, 2022
fawn deer pair antelope wildlife mammal animal
  • Focal: 180
  • Lens Model: 70-400mm F4-5.6 G SSM
  • Shutter speed: 0.0015625 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 11

Other Photos by Yves