Doe-eyed beauty

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I saw this female black-tailed deer in Alum Rock Park in early November. She saw me when she stepped forward from behind a bush, and fortunately paused briefly before she vanished into the bushes in the back, which gave me just enough time to get this shot. Seeing her big eyes made me understand where the expression “doe-eyed beauty” comes from.

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