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  1. Apologies, tried to edit my post and deleted the whole thread by mistake! So, we'll start again... Cheers guys. Yes, It's a Cairngorm reindeer to be precise. They roam free near the ski centre. Stunning beasts and allow you to get fairly close. Only been "into" photography for a couple of years but like anything else you get better with practice and more importantly learning about good light, aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Read up on it, watch Youtube tutorials and practice :-) I'll put up a few more photos (starting with the reindeer and please feel free to chip in with your own shots.
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