I agree with what Goose said. In this case, the dominant feature is the big creek to the South, and the two branches that come into the property. All deer movement will have something to do with that. Secondly, you've got a property dominated by an open field.
Deer are lazy, like us. They won't travel straight up a hill if they can find a easier way to get there. Look to either side of the field, between the two creeks for travel corridors.
The other part of the topo and aerial that attracts my attention is the level wooded area to the south of the field. This might be where the deer congregate and hold before coming out into the field to eat. The topo gave me a hint of that, showing it was flat. The aerial confirmed it. I'd also be interested in the fact that the wooded area is somewhat broken. There's somewhat of a clearing there, right on the point.
Given this area to hunt, I would set off to scout the edge of the field and look for sign. There may be an area that is grown up and might afford bedding. If the deer have something to eat in the field, you will also see sign moving from the lower elevations into the field. Therefore, I would use the map and aerial to plan my first scouting trip:
1) Scout the edge of the field. Start at the house and work my way around the edge counter-clockwise.
2) When I get to the property line on the east side, I'd go 1/3 to half way down the hill to the creek and reverse course, and walk in the woods back to the farm.
3) Somewhere in 1 or 2, I would detour into the flat wooded area to the south and scout that thoroughly. The best time might be as the elevation gets steep on the south point during my swing back.
4) Lastly, I would want to comb the SW corner of the place and see what's going on in the bottoms. All the sides of all the creeks need to be investigated for crossings. Whether I did this as a separate trip or a second sweep on the same trip, it may give valuable clues as to where the deer moving.
Now would be a great time to do this scouting trip, but anytime before now and the beginning of turkey season will do.