Killed a WMA doe on Jan. 4 for my final deer of the season. Most of her went to a buddy at work, but I kept some of the tasty stuff for me! I bumped her and two other deer up from a thicket and eventually circled around and snuck up right on her to about 25 yards in another thicket. She never knew I was there and it was a pretty intense game of cat and mouse. It's a rare feat to outwit the deer. I didn't take the best pictures tho.
That's not the best picture to show your deer, but it is a pretty cool picture in its own right. It kind of showcases the area you got your deer in. Very cool that you managed to stick with them and make a kill.
"When a hunter is in a tree stand with high moral values and with the proper hunting ethics and richer for the experience, that hunter is 20 feet closer to God." ~Fred Bear
Ohio farms wrote:I like the low angle perspective of the picture. What is the object at the bottom of the picture in the foreground?
That's the dead log I was able to put the camera on. I've started trying to take these types of pictures from a low perspective, they seem to come out a bit better that way especially over someone standing tall taking the shot.