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kevinmklerks posted a photo:  Ice flows on the Red Deer River, in the north section of the park.

kevinmklerks posted a photo: Ice flows on the Red Deer River, in the north section of the park.

kevinmklerks posted a photo:  marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo: marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo:  marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo: marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo:  marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo: marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo:  marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo: marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo:  marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

kevinmklerks posted a photo: marshland located south of Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

Matthew Cattell Landscape Photographer of the Year posted a photo:  A young red deer glazing on lower slopes of Glen Etive, Scotland with a snow-cloaked Stob Dubh in the distance.  The photograph was exposed for the brightness of the background, rendering the deer in semi-silhouette.

Matthew Cattell Landscape Photographer of the Year posted a photo: A young red deer glazing on lower slopes of Glen Etive, Scotland with a snow-cloaked Stob Dubh in the distance. The photograph was exposed for the brightness of the background, rendering the deer in semi-silhouette.

Marty Cooke posted a photo:  Scientific name: "Cervus elaphus"  The red deer is the largest of British mammals and stands about four feet (1.2m) at the shoulder. The stags shed their magnificent antlers every year.  The red deer herds at Lyme Park consist of about 250 animals which are descended from the wild herds which once roamed Macclesfield Forest.  Lyme Park is situated in a spectacular moorland setting at Disley near Stockport on the edge of the Peak District National Park.  The house…

Marty Cooke posted a photo: Scientific name: "Cervus elaphus" The red deer is the largest of British mammals and stands about four feet (1.2m) at the shoulder. The stags shed their magnificent antlers every year. The red deer herds at Lyme Park consist of about 250 animals which are descended from the wild herds which once roamed Macclesfield Forest. Lyme Park is situated in a spectacular moorland setting at Disley near Stockport on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The house…

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