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Other camera mfg.s call it "flash and dash"....this clearly shows that flash dosen't have that much effect!
Can't explain the orange spot on the extreme left side of the picture with the deer with the glowing eyes. I can't think of anything in nature that would have a rectangular shape to it that would either reflect light or emit light. There is nothing in pictures that were taken just before this one or after it. Nothing in the daylight shots either. This one has me stumped.
hunters worst nightmare nothing worse then too hunt a deer for a month then find out someone made a bad shot!
Had my camera up in this spot for a week, on a trail coming from a scrape on a picked soybean field. There was a 2 1/2 year old 8 after two days, then some doe's, then this fella.
I could never get a visual on this buck, but knew he was there. Scrapes and rubs were all over. This prompted me to buy a cuddeback. Boy, am I glad I did. I've added the picture of a doe so you can see the difference in body size compared to the limb they are standing under.
Have a small food plot on top of a ridge in Alabama. It has attracted deer, turkey, fox, raccoon, possum, (everything). Captured this Alabama Bobcat hunting this same plot. Came face-to-face with the bobcat a few weeks later but could not get a shot at him. Still hear it scream in the woods in the early morning.