Fawn 85mm, f/5.6, 1/180s
The kids found a fawn in the yard today. I wasn’t home when the fawn was discovered and arrived at the house to find my 7-year old son on the phone with a rancher friend asking what we should do. He told us to leave it alone but send him a picture. We slowly approached and took a few shots. The fawn wrinkled its nose a bit but other wise ignored us even when we were in arm’s length…seemed sick or something. However, a couple of hours later the kids reported that it was running around the yard. All was well. Oh yeah, photo processing was mostly hitting the Auto button in Lightroom.
Fawn 150mm, f/5.6, 1/180s
“I will live in Montana. And I will marry a round American woman and raise rabbits, and she will cook them for me. And I will have a pickup truck… maybe even a “recreational vehicle.” And drive from state to state. Do they let you do that?”, Captain Borodin, Hunt For Red October.
I always think of that quote when I think of Montana. It cracks me up. I thought I’d post a few more of my favorite pictures from our summer Montana trip. A very friendly horse and some very green fields with a background of snow-capped mountains at sunrise.
Both images were processed with a series of curves adjustment layers to balance out various areas of the image. Nothing fancy…
Green Fields At Sunrise In Montana 60mm, f/13, 1/20s, ISO 100