Roe deer in an Oxfordshire meadow, roe buck feeding amongst buttercups
Updated: Jul 2
I had been watching this meadow in Oxfordshire over a period of time, and periodicaly taking pictures. The roe deer are here most days in the early morning, before dog walkers and joggers disturb them- in the past I have tried to photograph them in the buttercups,but the period where there is a mass of flowering plants seems very short, and even with a few buttercups it makes for a nice image, this mid May morning it was literaly a wash of yellow and so we managed to get ,the roe deer buck feeding in the wildflower meadow.
Roe deer in an Oxfordshire meadow, filled with buttercups- you dont get long to photograph them with all the flowers in bloom, these buttercups where only fully flowering for two/three weeks, and then when you take out dark overcast mornings, heavy rain,not much time left.