It took me ages to get a young fallow on its own-all too often I had the backside of another one in shot! Eventually this one posed beautifully for me.
Of course if one young fallow is good then three is better. These guys were watching a big fallow buck charging through the foreground out of shot.
Fallows can be a variety of colours from dappled though to predominantly dark brown like a Roe deer and some, like this little fella, can be almost white giving rise to the mediaeval 'magical white hart' legends.
I got in one final session later in October but the deer were very quiet and I didn't get the same light conditions again. The two shots below were the best I could manage.Nonetheless I was really pleased with the images I got over this year's rut and I'm already looking forward to next year.