F2.5, 1/160 sec., ISO 64, 23 mm Focal length (not equivalent, Post processing in Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CS5
Each year the mule deer in our neighborhood present us with a new crop of fawns and usually there are several sets of twins. Starting in July, 2014 one mother, while she went out to forage, left her twins in the same protected corner of our home for about 6 hours at a time on multiple consecutive days. They would lay there each day until mom came back to retrieve them. I would go out on our second story deck and quietly try to photograph them. After a few days they became used to seeing me and were less nervous about my presence. Preparation is occasionally rewarded with luck!