Atmosphere and Nature
Picture of roe-deer
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I borrowed this title from my friends G. Bonnet, JB. Dummond, J. Meggs and C. Perney's work.
"...Here we are, heirs to weeks of observation, this time without waiting in vain or catching a glimpse of
an errant shape. Roe-deers are there, looking at us as if, in our turn, we let them surprise us, born of grass
and skirting territory, as immobile as a tree, suspicious or interested, or arrogant and ready to fight..."
excerpt from (member of the Académie Française) Pierre Moinot's preface. Some pictures which
demonstrate my loving passion for wildlife. Roe-deer still free in its land, but for how long?