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Or draw it
Or paint it
Or manipulate it
Whatever takes your fancy but we must see that it is from the original photo
Abie Shore's "Edit This 78", installment November 2023. I'll call this version, Edit This 78a - Christmas Incident. I added Christmas lights to the deer's antlers with glow to the lights and snowflakes falling.
The lights seem to be illuminated (or is it just the late evening sunlight shining through them?) Ahhhh, the Magic of Christmas!
Abie Shore's "Edit This 78", installment November 2023. I'll call this version, Edit This 78b - It's Christmas Deer. I added Christmas ornaments and garland to the deer's antlers, a Christmas cap, wreath around the deer's neck and falling snow.
Abie Shore's "Edit This 78", installment November 2023. I'll call this version, Edit This 78c - Deer Santa. ("Deer" Santa being a little play on words), I added Santa Riding the deer and falling snow with a subtle vignette.
My 2nd entry is a riff on the "distracted boyfriend meme" I'm sure everyone is familiar with by now. The moral of the story: When you're with your doe, don't look at another one, otherwise when you get home you'll be in trouble--BUCK trouble, lol!
I used to think the Royal stag meant it belonged to the Monarchy... but recently I learned it means that he was the proud bearer of 12 points on his antlers and is actually the bottom rung of three. Royal = 12 points, Imperial = 14 points, and a Monarch = 16 or more points.
Btw, the closest thing to a red stag that we have native to America is the elk who look a lot like the red stag in everything including size, only the antlers are a lot different.