October 18, 2014. Wildlife photo project about red deer squall in France
October 18, 2014. For three weeks, we photographed the squall of the red deer in Charente-Maritime in France. This is the third trip we spend on this them. This time we have chosen to highlight the red deers in their environments. We chose to sublimate the scenes with the lights and colors unique to the region.
This trip was also an opportunity to photograph many fight and swimming scenes as temperatures remained high. We benefited from exceptional weather conditions with very cool nights and warm days. We have had many mornings with fog.
The squall, this year has been so intense that red deers were the masters of the prairies. We have not had any opportunity to photograph wild boars that have remained hidden in the forest safe from attacks deers who plow the fields.
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