I stopped by Swan Creek Park on my drive home and met some trusting deer. Luckily, I had slung a camera over my shoulder just in case I saw anything during my walk along the snow-encrusted trails.
These guys let me get within about ten feet. They’d look up every time I shot a burst of frames, but other than that, they pretty much ignored me as I stepped off the trail closer to them.
- Park walks in the winter are way cooler than in the summer.
- Never leave the camera in the trunk.