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A lot of eyes on the photographer – at least 24 of them in fact

A very pleasant surprise running into this herd of Pronghorn as I hadn’t seen them in a few months. They were a good ways out in a field and immediately alerted to my presence – as always.

I decided to be sneaky and moved to a place where there was a small rise between them and I. I then slowly approached, crouched over as far as I could, keeping my head down. I only raised up when I was sure I would have a chance to get some captures. They of course immediately knew I was there and their eyes – almost all of them – trained right on me.

After a few minutes of staring, they took off running but not until I managed some decent captures, including this one with them clearly focused on me and the gorgeous Rocky #Mountains in the background. Taken in Adams County, Colorado.

Scroll down to see more images from my time with these fast movers.

A herd of Pronghorn is clearly aware that their picture is being taken on the Great Plains. (© Tony’s Takes)

A herd of Pronghorn is clearly aware that their picture is being taken on the Great Plains. (© Tony’s Takes)

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