A goose chick opens it's eye
Surrounded by possibly it's siblings, this goose chick opens it's eye and looks at the camera. It was taken from a distance using my telephoto lens.
One curious deer
Whilst walking along at Knole, I saw four or five deer grazing at a gap in the woodland. Curious, I fitted my telephoto lens to my camera and hid behind a large log. I sat there for a while, observing the deer and getting a few excellent photos.Hear the full story
Just be cool
I didn't notice until I zoomed in on my iPod that I noticed that it that this deer looks like that it was grinning.
The alert robin
At Sissinghurst Castle, we saw a series of bushes, all bland of any leaves. There were many birds pirching on these bushes. When I saw this, I immediately walked away so I could put my telephoto (zoom) lens on without frightening the birds.
When I came back, the birds did not all fly away at once. In fact, they acted as if I wasn't there. So I kept pointing my lens at various bird(s) and hoped for the best. I was not properly able to see the results until afterwards but it was worth it.
Run, doggy, run
I was with my family visiting other family members who have a dog (the one on the left). We were on the beach and suddenly, our dog saw another one of it's kind. They chased each other across the mainly empty beach.