Seneca White Deer, April 2014

The Seneca White Deer are the world’s largest herd of rare white deer, located in the old Seneca Army Depot on the Eastern shore of Seneca Lake. Recently while driving by, I had the opportunity to capture some images of these elusive deer.

Seneca White Deer and Friend, Seneca Army Depot

Seneca White Deer and Friend, Seneca Army Depot

    Aperture: ƒ/10 Taken: 6 April, 2014 Focal length: 200mm ISO: 1000 Shutter speed: 1/2000s

If you look closely in the first image, you can see a non-white friend of his hiding in the brush. His fur coat blends in much better with the surroundings. Soon after I captures that image, another friend came to join the party.

Seneca White Deer and Friends, Seneca Army Depot

Seneca White Deer and Friends, Seneca Army Depot

    Aperture: ƒ/11 Taken: 6 April, 2014 Focal length: 195mm ISO: 1600 Shutter speed: 1/2500s

Further down the road, another white deer was foraging for food in the brush alone.

Seneca White Deer Alone

Seneca White Deer Alone

    Aperture: ƒ/10 Taken: 6 April, 2014 Focal length: 200mm ISO: 1000 Shutter speed: 1/2000s

Seneca White Deer Alone

Seneca White Deer Alone

    Aperture: ƒ/10 Taken: 6 April, 2014 Focal length: 200mm ISO: 1000 Shutter speed: 1/2000s

 

 

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