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The 25 Best Trail Camera Photos from OL Readers

The 25 Best Trail Camera Photos from OL Readers

It's trail camera season. To celebrate, check out the 25 best, strangest, and most surprising photos Outdoor Life readers captured on their cameras.
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from LovesOutdoors wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Hey MazPower, Number three looks like a pair of glowing eyes, in the background and not glowing nuts as you stated. Could be a fawn or a coon.

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from John Toeppen wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Hunting for trophy photos and videos benefits from a long open season. Digital methods, long optics, remote controlled cameras, and motion triggered recording offer new possibilities in outdoor sports.

One challenge to photographers is to observe the subject go about its normal activities without appearing to affect the subject, like this;

https://plus.google.com/photos/116511132850787390723/albums/578923967169...

when the reality looks like this;
https://plus.google.com/photos/116511132850787390723/albums/578870268295...

JToeppen

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from MazPower wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

#3 wins, that's the first deer I've ever seen with glowing nuts.

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from Mark Dorsey wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

The first year I put up a trail camera the deer seemed to love it, my favorite is a pix of a deer actually licking the lense, unfortunately I lost most of my digital pictures severl years ago.

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from Mark Dorsey wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

The first year I put up a trail camera the deer seemed to love it, my favorite is a pix of a deer actually licking the lense, unfortunately I lost most of my digital pictures severl years ago.

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from John Toeppen wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Hunting for trophy photos and videos benefits from a long open season. Digital methods, long optics, remote controlled cameras, and motion triggered recording offer new possibilities in outdoor sports.

One challenge to photographers is to observe the subject go about its normal activities without appearing to affect the subject, like this;

https://plus.google.com/photos/116511132850787390723/albums/578923967169...

when the reality looks like this;
https://plus.google.com/photos/116511132850787390723/albums/578870268295...

JToeppen

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from MazPower wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

#3 wins, that's the first deer I've ever seen with glowing nuts.

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from LovesOutdoors wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Hey MazPower, Number three looks like a pair of glowing eyes, in the background and not glowing nuts as you stated. Could be a fawn or a coon.

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