Woodland Deer

The Free Wallpaper we have for you this time is of a nice white-tailed deer that came to see me on an everyday adventure of mine. It was one of a group of three deer that stopped to greet me while we were all deep in the woods, where I take many of my photos. Keep reading to find out how you can have this photo for yourself.

I took the photo of this deer with my Canon PowerShot A590 SX20 IS. This was another deer that became as interested in me as I was interested in it. While I was taking the pictures it came closer and closer to see what I was doing. The right body language is crucial to having close encounters like this.

Here's how you download this free wallpaper:
  1. Click on the photo above to be taken to the download page, where you will then see the photo in its actual size. 
  2. From there, just right click on the photo to bring up the menu with your choices.
  3. Select Save Image As or Save Picture As to save the wallpaper to your computer.
  4. Come back here and leave the contributor of the photo a polite thank you.

If you'd like to see more of my work go take a look at any of my three sites. I'm the editor here at Nature Center Magazine, and I also have two blogs. The Everyday Adventurer is my nature blog where I tell stories of my daily nature hikes and the things I encounter, with more photos like this one. Rat Tales is where I get to share some of my fiction that I write. It's not updated often, but there are enough stories there to like.

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  1. Nice shot, I used to find that if I didn't look like I was looking they were less afraid. Well, at least it worked with wild rabbits :O)

  2. this is a lovely shot but I found that it blurred a little when OI used it as a background which was really disappointing...maybe it's my settings but I don't think so as all of the others have worked just fine...I will stick with the dandelion fluff for now and just come back to enjoy this amazing shot!!

  3. Thanks to both of you for your comments.

    Thanks for telling me about this one. I'll look for another good deer photo to use for a future Free Wallpaper. I'll make sure the next one is better. I forgot to look as closely at this one because I liked the whole scene. It was also waiting there in the queue from before I launched the website, so I missed that. The next one like it will be much better.


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