A PHOTOGRAPHER stands unaware of a stag just feet away from him.
The bizarre scene in Bushy Park, South West London, was captured by Roger Clark, 75.
A photographer stands unaware of a stag just feet away from him[/caption]
The bizarre pics were taken by Roger Clark who said: “it looked like the stag was nuzzled up to pick a pocket from his jeans’[/caption]
Roger said: “The deer backed off and with those large beautiful shiny eyes seemed to look at the photographer and say, ‘Your model is right behind you… am I not good enough for you?’”
The man never noticed the deer.
Roger added: “We hadn’t covered the Red Deer breeding season this year and with rutting continuing we through we would try our luck.”
“We spotted a man with a camera mounted on a tripod intently focussed on some deer activity in the ferns in front of him unaware of the large animal behind him. “
Roger said: ‘He never did realise the opportunity he missed’[/caption]
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“Given the angle I was positioned it looked like the stag was nuzzled up to pick a pocket from his jeans so I took a photo as it looked comical but quite bizarre that a wild animal would be so close without being noticed.”
“A few seconds later the Deer backed off.
“He never did realise the opportunity he missed and the Red Deer and I collectively gave and wandered off in different directions.”
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