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Deer In Mist
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This picture was taken the day after Christmas on a foggy morning...same morning as my post "Back In The Bush" which was a picture of a Buck.

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::Toto_san
01/23/08 5:42 PM GMT
I prefer it to the previous deers image. By every point of view it's amazing. The frame makes it much better, but I think it was excellent without it, too. Special moment. How beautiful the fog is in the background. Many thanks.
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tklemz
01/23/08 5:44 PM GMT
Absolutely stunning!
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.fra99y
01/23/08 5:52 PM GMT
Very nice Gerry... shame some branches were in the way but not every shot can be 100% perfect but this is close
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.0930_23
01/23/08 5:57 PM GMT
Great photo Gerry. The branches don't bother me because it helps camouflage the deer. The mist in background just adds. I've seen many scenes like this when I didn't have camera. Thanks for giving me one.

:)Tick

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.corngrowth
01/23/08 6:06 PM GMT
Most wonderful to me is that this deer is captured in its natural environment and not in a zoo or something else. I put up with those branches as they belong to this environment. Great image Gerry, very well done!
Regards, Cornelius
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.gonedigital
01/23/08 7:05 PM GMT
Bidi bidi bidi what's up buck ?
An old reference that's wasted on the young ;o)
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::Dunstickin
01/23/08 7:27 PM GMT
This is so natural Gerry...a marvellous bit of camera work!..

Excellent capture and presentation
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::scorpie
01/23/08 7:54 PM GMT
Such a beautiful capture.
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Why not go out on a limb, that is where the fruit is.... Frank Scully
::snapdragonk
01/23/08 7:55 PM GMT
Phenomenal photography Gerry, we really do need to start calling you the Deer Whisperer:)
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::Jimbobedsel
01/23/08 7:59 PM GMT
Great capture, Gerry. I love that fog in the background. It really makes the deer stand out. I like the composition of your shot also.

Jim
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Imagine you are there
.Genver
01/23/08 8:49 PM GMT
Very nice animal and mist,the picture is really good.
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::JQ
01/23/08 8:49 PM GMT
perfik as pa larkin would say! faved, this is wonderful!
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::wheedance
01/24/08 12:09 AM GMT
Did you soften this somehow? It's soft and clear at the same time. Wonderful!
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::Hottrockin
01/24/08 12:37 AM GMT
Yummy!! A tasty treat!!

Venison Medallions with Balsamic Reduction and Celery Pear Puree Recipe
~courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2001~

4 venison medallions, about 8 ounces each
Salt
Freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
3 tablespoons minced shallots
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
Celery Root-Pear Puree, recipe follows

Season the venison on both sides with salt and pepper.
In a large skillet, heat the oil over medium-high heat. Add the venison and cook until brown, about 3 minutes per side. Remove from the heat and cover to keep warm.

Add the butter and shallots to the pan and cook, stirring, for 2 minutes. Add the vinegar and stir to deglaze the pan, about 1 minute. Add any juices that have run off from the venison and stir to incorporate. Remove from the heat and adjust seasoning, to taste.

Divide the Celery Root-Pear Puree among 4 serving plates and top each with a venison medallion. Pour the balsamic reduction over the venison and serve.


Celery Root Pear Puree:
1 pound celery root, peeled and cut into 2-inch pieces
1 pound pears, peeled, cored, and cut into 1-inch pieces
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
1/2 cup dry white wine
1/4 cup heavy cream
Pinch nutmeg
Salt
Freshly ground black pepper

Place the celery root in a saucepan, and cover with water. Bring to a boil. Lower the heat and simmer, covered, until tender, about 20 minutes. Drain in a colander.
Meanwhile, in a large skillet, melt 2 tablespoons of the butter over medium-high heat. Add the pears and cook, stirring, until soft, about 5 minutes. Add the wine and cook, stirring, until thick and the pears fall apart. Remove from the heat.

Return the drained celery root and pears to a food processor. Add the cream and remaining 2 tablespoons of butter and puree until smooth. Season with the nutmeg, and salt and pepper to taste.

What time will dinner be served mister??

8~D

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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round?? Picture Purrrfect .
.BarnArt
01/24/08 1:22 AM GMT
That did it, now I'm hungry!
Oh, and nice capture Gerry!
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What ever happened to the good ol' days?
::cynlee
01/24/08 3:43 AM GMT
Wonderful, Gerry. I love what the mist adds to the shot. You sure have lots of encounters with these lovely beasts.
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::fogz
01/24/08 8:07 AM GMT
excellent capture Gerry! ...and ignore that Randy - he only ever thinks of his stomach!! hmmm I think! ;)
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::LynEve
01/24/08 12:29 AM GMT
An splendid capture Gerry- the mist adds to the naturalness of it - and I think the branches on the left also work well, giving extra depth.
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::dleuty
01/24/08 1:33 PM GMT
I see about 90 lbs of bratwurst, smoked sausage, and backstrap there. Darn, doe season just closed. You got a great shot on that doe and don't have to field dress it. That makes it twice a winner.
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.Inkeri
01/24/08 8:22 PM GMT
Delicate and Absolutely Stunning shot..
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::egggray
01/25/08 1:13 AM GMT
From birds to Deer, you are a wonderful Wildlife photographer. Great capture my friend. I would rather shoot this animal with a camera instead of a rifle any day.
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.06dodgeram
06/27/08 8:48 PM GMT
Picture Perfect !!!!!
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.HanneK
05/04/10 5:54 PM GMT
What a beautiful wildlike photo! I live in the country myself and know how difficult it can be at times to catch them in their own habitat. It is fun though! Wonderful photo!
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::lilu103
11/23/11 4:20 PM GMT
Hi Gerry! You have many wonderful deer images in your gallery :) This is the one I used in the project I did for the fairy tale contest, the lighting was perfect for where I wanted to place her in the background, although I did flip her around to face the other direction :) Thanks for the loan Gerry! This is a splendid shot! And you took the picture on my birthday too!
'Lisa
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