Here are a couple of shots from our hunt this year. We were unsuccessful in securing a coveted coues whitetail deer, "the grey ghost". We had some rough weather out in the desert of southern Arizona but it was a great time. This was not a photography trip by any means but I managed to get a couple of good shots.
Day 1: We had to tie the tent to the truck to keep it from blowing over. Needless to say the truck didn't help once the rain was pouring down. The wind also required us to improvise in able to have a hot meal. Do not try this at home.
Self portrait from day 4, at this point we hadn't seen a buck for 3 days so I was getting bored.
Just before we left we took this shot, the terrain was full of cactus and rock, hardly any shade and even less deer.
This blog is named after my grandfather whose nickname was Grey Eagle. He passed away in Oct 2008 and we miss him dearly. I grew up in So. California and have done a little traveling before completing my graduate degree in Veterinary Medicine. Our family recently relocated to Mesa, Arizona. I have an amazing wife and four great kids who I love more than anything. I take a lot of outdoor/wildlife pictures and moments with my kids. This site is a way for me to archive my photography ventures. My brother (www.reevesvisuals.com)inspires me to do more post production work with my photos. Photoshop is a whole new deal for me and I'm just beginning to scratch the surface.