Purple haze – Roe deer in summer

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This summer I returned to the lowland heaths of the south of England, bringing my year photographing Roe deer full circle. Here the heather bloom coincides with the peak of the annual Roe rut.

I thought I would share with you a selection of my favourite images from my time amongst the deer of the heather lands. I hope you enjoy the series.

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The last year has been devoted to following Roe deer through the seasons. It’s been an amazing adventure. The time feels right now though, after putting so much hard work  into the project, to step back for a bit and look towards identifying some fresh, new photographic subjects that inspire me. We have such a rich tapestry of wildlife here in the British Isles and the North I want to celebrate with my work. I am already putting forward plans for some amazing new adventures in wildlife photography. I look forward to sharing them with you.

Jules Cox

24th August 2018

 

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