The Fallow Deer is the commonest deer in Britain, where it was introduced by the Romans, and is common throughout much of Europe. It is widespread in the British Isles, where it favours mature deciduous or mixed woodlands and forests, as well as parkland areas. Seldom ventures far from woodland cover, especially during daytime, and usually seen in small groups.
Photographed with a Nikon F801 camera and Nikkor 400mm lens with Nikon 1.4x teleconverter, mounted on a Benbo tripod; taken at about 1/125th second at f3.5 on Fujichrome Provia 100 film at ISO 100 and processed normally; no filters used.
New Forest, Hampshire, England, October.
Notes: Photographed in overcast midday light.