This set of photographs is a montage of images of White-tailed Deer recorded with Trail Cameras near Lewisville Lake over the course of 28 days. The trail Cameras were installed in the bed of a recently dried pond.

When I first found the pond bed I discovered it criss-crossed with deer tracks (and those of other animals) indicating that this place appealed strongly to the area’s wildlife.

Of particular note in this set is a curious young deer’s investigation of a camera. A buck with elaborately non-typical antlers makes an appearance early on a foggy morning. And, finally, there is an eerie photograph of a strange and bizarre headless deer.

Notice the plants in these pictures. These plants have small yellow flowers and stalks that can grow to be quite tall. Perhaps the most remarkable thing about the plants is the way their leaves fold up at night time. If anyone knows the name of these plants I would be interested in learning more about them. Please drop me a line or leave a comment below.

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage

White-tailed Deer - Lewisville Lake Montage