These photos of the red deer rut at Raby Castle are from a visit with the Natural History Society of Northumbria. The day was very misty and clear sharp pics difficult to come by (well that’s my excuse). But I did like these 3 as a set despite a liberal use of dehaze in lightroom.
Apparently the young suckle for up to a year which accounts for the rather large “fawn” in the last picture. I might have a go at reducing it size in photoshop to make it more believable – if that’s not a contradiction.