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A few weeks ago I was walking in the woods in northern Florida when I heard a noise I didn’t recognize. It sounded like the sound of an ax or a saw, and there were things behind it.
It turned out to be deer.
The deer did that, but I didn’t think to worry. There was, I think, some sort of communication problem.
The deer made more noise that same morning, I did a lot of walking in the woods, and they seemed to be making even more noise now.
That’s when I decided to do something about it.
I got a little telescope in my backpack, and set out to take pictures of these beasts.
As if on cue, I heard the sounds of my deer.
I have to say, the deer sounds weren’t that bad. Maybe not the best to be carrying around, but it wasn’t that awful.
So, how do you turn a deer into a video?
Well, there is a very simple way. In a really short amount of time they can run around.
So, I set out to do the same thing. However, this time, I kept one thing very clear from the beginning: If you see wild dogs, the best thing to do is NOT try to feed the animals.
That was the first thought. The second thought was maybe it would be a little easier if I walked in a little slow while I worked. But, that made the noise go on for 10 seconds more.
That’s when I knew it would be impossible to get pictures of the deer.