These deer have been frequenting a pasture field on our family farm. They are accustomed to my dad driving the John Deere Gator about and scarcely pay it any attention unless it is driven too close while they are enclosed by the high tensile woven wire cattle fence which has an average height of 54 inches. When the deer notice the Gator getting too close they will casually walk to the fence and leap to the other side.
I waited until we again had a bright sunny evening with the deer feeding in the pasture.
Slowly approaching the deer with the Gator, I stopped and readied the camera when they reached the fence. Obligingly this young buck took the leap as I fired two frames.
Soon the deer were peacefully feeding in the adjoining hay field; no longer feeling threatened as there was no fence to impede their escape if it became necessary.