The last two rounds of pictures were hard acts to follow. However, I did get some good pics on this roll. I'm beginning to believe that I am occasionally missing some nightime pics because the animals may be close enough to trigger the unit, but far enough away that they are out of the range of the flash. This can be seen in a couple of the nightitme pics of deer. The next roll of film I put out will be 800 speed film. Maybe that will give the camera's nightime capabilities a little more range.
These first four frames were taken at what seems to be a busy spot. I took some pics at this location on the last round (round 6) also. This first pic is of a doe.
This next pic is of two deer that are almost out of visible range of the camera.
The next two images were taken one minute apart on the same oak flat of a buck munching on acorns. The phase of the moon and the moonrise times are such that I should be getting more daytime pictures of deer at locations such as this one. Although not a monster, this buck is still a keeper. I bet whoever the hunter was that was sitting in the old green chair in the right hand side of the picture is having an itchy trigger finger right about now.
These next two pictures were taken at a different location from above. The first pic is of a doe that almost made it by without getting caught.
OK, time for another mystery pic. I would say this was a reflection, but this is not the spot where the camera normally gets one. Besides, I fixed that problem. Just keep in mind, whatever it is, something had to trigger the camera at that exact moment.
These next five pics are in yet another location. These next three are bunnies.
Nothing unusual about this doe, except she appears to be carrying a fawn. Unusual for this time of year.
These guineas are a long way from home.