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I discovered this roe deer hind together with her buck just half an hour before the sunset. They were very skittish so I didn't manage to stalk them before the sun set and the darkness came. While the buck had entered the forrest, she was still on the field but it was quite dark. I was just about to go home when she for some reason came back without the buck and made a nice leap over the field despite my presence.
Unfortunately, I had to shoot the 300mm lens at 1/125 second despite using the full f/2.8 aperture. I knew that it would give both motion and handshake blur so I concentrated on panning her and catch her in a jump to freeze her motion as much as possible.
Although the photo isn't 100% sharp, I am quite happy with it.
Let's unite around the motto: 300 mm f/2.8 TO ALL!!
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