There weren't as many pictures on there as I thought there would be for the 2 week time period, but still a fair amount of activity. This area is kind of a crossroads for 3 distinct deer trails and right on the edge of their big cornfield feeding area. The deer using the trail most frequently are mostly does and fawns, but we did get pictures of a couple different bucks.
This small one (looks like a 6-pointer)
And this really nice large bodied 10-pointer
Who we thought looked very similar to this nice 8-pointer we got a picture of last year
Could it be the same buck? Note the time these photographs were taken. These big deer are smart and you very seldom see them in the daylight. We got pictures of 8 or 9 different bucks on the camera last year and never saw any of those bucks while we were out hunting.
You can see by the times printed on the pictures that these deer are moving around at all different times of the day and night.
Isn't it cool the way their eyes reflect the flash of the camera? It reminds me of "turn around bright eyes" from that old Bonnie Tyler music video for "Total Eclipse of the Heart." (remember that one?)
I've saved my favorite picture for last. See this little fawn and notice the few remaining spots on its flanks and shoulders? Now look at its posture....ears pricked forward and looking down toward something that's captured its attention. Follow the direction its looking towards.... Yup, right there in the bottom right corner of the picture.....showdown with a raccoon! I wish I had been there in person to see that! I wonder who ran away first? Looks like a pretty darn big raccoon!