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As the morning sun rises in the eastern sky, these two nice whitetail bucks seem to be watching over the recently planted food plot just waiting for some growth. With the hunting blind in the background, things are looking promising for the 2019 Season.
Many might say this is just a nice elk but when you get a picture of an elk in an area that does NOT have elk, that is a big deal. The picture was taken in Boon, Michigan. The elk heard in Michigan is way north of this location. He came to my food plot with a home-maid watering hole. Then he bumped the camera and walked off, must be camera shy.
This buck had been visiting at my home for several weeks feeding in the my yard at bird feeders; so I put up my trail camera. I have several images but this one was captured when I neglected to fill the feeder. Got a razzberry for that one. He's a fairly nice 7pt which I now call him the Razzberry Buck.
This camera works without flaw all year long. It takes great pictures, and it is always fun to see the results.
Family of wild pigs, photographed on the farm Bezhoek, near Middelburg in South Africa.
Only opening I could find while on vacation in Minnesota north woods