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    From last year trip to Europe Dyrehaven 1.jpg Dyrehaven 2.jpg
     
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    Is the first image a reindeer? Amazing set of antlers - I would easily believe you if you told me this was a statue. Interesting wetland in the second image with what appears to be low water levels - looks like fall so is this the end of their dry season?
     
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    Nice set. I am thinking that is a red deer?
     
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    I think it’s a reindeer!!! What a great capture Lenny! With the title of Copenhagen I was picturing city scenes in my head, so this was a pleasant surprise!
     
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    That's quite the rack! Like Jim, I was also expecting a much more urban cityscape, so this was a nice surprise.
     
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    This was taken last Oct. 2019 and I used 24 - 70 mm and that is the closest I could get without alerting the Deer. I managed to take a few shots then he took off. There's actually plenty of them in this Castle which is known as Deer Park. I actually saw a few white Deer which I have never seen before.
     
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    Thanks Ben and right you are that is a Buck.
     
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    Thank you Jim... I went there to see the castle not knowing it's also known as Deer Park and only brought 24 - 70 mm.
     
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    Thank you Monica. This is the place if ever you decide to visit.
    The Deer Park (Dyrehaven), Copenhagen, Denmark
     
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    that's really not the scene i was expecting. but i am very pleasantly surprised. gorgeous stag.
     

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