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    A walk in the Bush Paddock

    Me and the missus went for a stroll with the camera.

    stalked up on a few that where croaking but I wasn't quick enough with the camera and they where hiding pretty good too.

    Here is some of the better shots anyway.


    4 deer ^




    Then All hell broke loose and 7 of the buggers took off in all directions



    So we sat down for a few minutes and took off in another direction and came across these two





    The hind saw me and bugged off but the Stag was none the wiser.













    Then it was lunch time.

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    I want a bush paddock now
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    Great photos man. The fallow roar has started then?

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    Nice buck there Timmay. Are you going back with a shooting stick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Nice buck there Timmay. Are you going back with a shooting stick?
    Getting that close you use a bow
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    Ha, last photo. "Im Mr Stompy Stomp Stomp".

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    Nice photos. Nice Buck too
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    Awesome shots Timmay!

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    Great shots mate, you must have been close enough to smell em!
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    Cheers guys. Yep they where croaking away. I couldn't get any half way decent shots of that action due to bush cover and my bad camera focusing skills.

    Might go back with the rifle for a red as they have a similar number out the back near the river.

    I couldn't smell them but Rachael definitely could.

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    Sweet pics:thumbup:

    Is that the Whanganui split palm ?

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    It is. about an hours drive from Wanganui but close enough.

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    Certainly is the wanganui split. Nice pics bro. Now for some jap pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointer View Post
    Certainly is the wanganui split. Nice pics bro. Now for some jap pics!
    .303 time.

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    Good skills man!!

 

 

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