Categories Six Word Saturday Whitetail Deer at Dusk in Winter Post author By David Meredith Post date 15/02/2020 13 Comments on Whitetail Deer at Dusk in Winter Snow covered farmland, hoarfrost covered trees. My contribution to Six Word Saturday. 51.371196 -104.297424 Punnichy, SK S0A 3C0, Canada Like this:Like Loading... Related Tags 6WS, dusk, hoarfrost, mammal, Punnichy, snow, White-tailed Deer, winter ← A Photo a Week Challenge: Sleeping → Friendly Friday: Odd Couples 13 replies on “Whitetail Deer at Dusk in Winter” Fabulous words, and a stunning photograph Thanks Becky. It’s one from my archives. I’ve been going through my slide files digitizing as much as possible before they deteriorate further. Oh that’s a time consuming task! It is, there’s between 12,000 and 15,000 slides and a lot are natural history so I’m having to keyword the digital versions so I’ll be able to find particular shots. I’m also having to keyword the travel photos with street names as I can never remember them. Basically, anything captioned on the slide mount I’m having to keyword. Omg! That’s a huge project David. I’ve also decided to go through my black and white negatives and there a couple of thousand of those. well I guess it is cold outside!! Cold and we haven’t seen much sun recently. Grey seems to be everywhere 😦 Beautiful – I love the colours, David And good luck with the digitising. Keep up the keywording – so easy to skip it and regret it. Thanks Debbie. Yes, keywording is key. Even more so with copies of slides as there’s no timeline. All my digital originals are filed by year/month but I can’t do that with the film copies. The colors make the score! 👍 They certainly do. Comments are closed.