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June 22, 2008 / lazybug

Deer? Where?

The Hyderabad Photography Club met at the Mrugavani Deer Park on Chilkur road today. It was a early start for me. Got up at 5.30 and left for Mehdipatnam, the meeting point, at 5.55. Reached there in 15 minutes flat.

We then headed for the park, in cars. The walk began at around 7.00. We were allowed inside the park since we were accompanying the members of Birdwatchers Society of Andhra Pradesh. It was quite scary. There we were, photography enthusiasts out to have some fun, being forced to remain calm and quiet. Them birdwatchers have some patience. We managed to spot a few birds…the oohs and aahs from the birdwatchers were quite amusing. After sticking around with them for a while, we promptly got lost. And, as a result, had quite a bit of fun.

Photography-wise though, it was not a very fruitful outing. Ended up taking macro pics of plants, shrubs, leaves and stones. We felt that the birds had gone to the city for some ‘humanwatching’ and the Deers were lazying around somewhere out of bounds. The only deer that did turn up was the one below. Posed very nicely for me…must be used to being photographed.

Deer. Shot at Mrugavani Deer Park.



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  1. Manpreet / Jun 23 2008 3:16 am

    Oh Deer Deer, for posting it here. Write more about this trip.

  2. Kunal / Jun 23 2008 5:35 am

    “We were allowed inside the park since we were accompanying the members of Birdwatchers Society of Andhra Pradesh.”

    is the entry to this place restricted?

  3. IdliDosa / Jun 23 2008 11:12 am

    you guys are truly lucky!

  4. Liju Philip / Jun 23 2008 12:04 pm

    is this the one at LB Nagar? I had been there when i was in school. Oh man, its years ago.

    Btw, the Deer has a photogenic face 😀

  5. lazybug / Jun 23 2008 4:16 pm

    @Manpreet: Too lazy to add to this…

    @Kunal: The entry isn’t restricted…people can visit the park in its bus. but we were allowed to walk, thanks to the BSAP fellows.

    @Idlidosa: Not really, hardly any wild life spotted :(. Bu yes, we had a nice outing…a good walk in the wild.

    @Liju: This one’s on the Chilkur road.

  6. Chittaranjan / Jun 23 2008 7:53 pm

    Deer Me! All that trouble just for a single snap? Anyways, you ain’t yet into birdwatching?

    I’m sure I know which kinda ‘birds’ u like to watch 😉

  7. lazybug / Jun 24 2008 5:17 pm

    @Ycee: 😉 We had a lot of fun walking in the wild.

  8. writeangleswithsheila / Nov 15 2010 6:42 pm

    I WAS REALLY LUCKY IN HARESHAW LINN, BELLINGHAM, NORTHUMBERLAND, earlier this year. Managed to capture two wild deer on camera. You can see one of the photos on my article, Fabulous Falstone at:
    if you want to take a look.

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