By Scott Shephard
I had just finished some early morning photography at Lake Lakota in the Black Hills. As I was driving out of the park, I noticed a deer walking along the lake shore. I stopped, got my camera and waited for the deer to get to a good place. And not only did she find the perfect spot, she stopped, turned and looked at me. Thank you, Ms. Deer.
And, for those who have been to any of my photo workshops, I am practicing what I preach when I talk about landscape photos - "foreground, middle ground, background." Though there isn't a lot of depth in this scene (less than 30 yards) the concept helps give a little more depth here.
Canon 5DII 1/60s f/5.6 ISO320 105mm