Deer of Richmond Park

Posted in Animals, Nature, People at 9:00 pm by Warren Williams

Richmond Park, is London’s largest Royal Park. Originally a deer hunting park, it has since become a great recreation and sightseeing ground to Londoners. Meeting up with several photography friends, camouflage outfits, and long lens – it was our task to capture the essence of the majestic Richmond Park.

Neal and Richard following the trails

Mushroom extreme close up with macro lens

First sighting of a deer


Stag Richmond Park

Ian – iesphotography.co.uk

Rutting stags

Running deer
Running from hoards of photographers

Why did the deer cross the road?

Deer in Richmond Park
In the dense forest

Sunday stroll in Richmond Park
Stroll through Richmond Park

Tilt shift TS-E 24mm 3.5L
Tilt shift effects with the TS-E 24mm

Brett 500mm
Brett – brettbutler.co.uk

Tilt Shift Effects TS-E 24mm
More Tilt Shift Effects

Tilt Shift Cyclist

Old Stag Richmond Park
Old stag

Large antlers Richmond Park
Large antlers

Bokeh Canon 500mm f4 L

Deer 500mm
Stag through the clearing at Richmond

Squirrel 500mm

Richmond Park is well recommended for a free walk around the 1000 acre woods and grasslands.

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  1. Angus said,

    January 24, 2010 at 6:46 am

    I enjoyed the Stag shots, so amazing. The one through the clearing at Richmond is awesome, and I particularly like the 4th one down after it. The one with rear view.

  2. Lisa said,

    January 27, 2010 at 10:41 pm


  3. Warren Williams said,

    February 1, 2010 at 4:54 am

    Thanks Angus, the clearing shot is my favourite and my new desktop.
    Cheers Lisa đŸ™‚

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