A wildlife photographer was taken completely by surprise while attempting to get the ideal image in a London park, in a really incredible scene!
An unlucky amateur photographer was stunned by a magnificent stab that silently snuck up behind him as he was concentrating all of his attention ahead. Needless to say, the man was entirely ignorant of the scenario, but happily, another photographer witnessed the wonderful event and captured it on film. It’s no surprise that the photo went viral right away!
This unlucky man went out in Bushy Park London to take some stunning wildlife photos, but he unintentionally stole the show. The man attempted valiantly to get the ideal photo of the park’s deer, only to be told by a stag that he was staring in the incorrect way.
Thankfully, another photographer — a more experienced one – managed to capture the stunning picture on film, surprising the unlucky fellow photographer at the same time the wild animal sneaked behind him.
“We hadn’t covered the red deer breeding season this year, and with rutting still going on, we figured we’d give it a shot,” said Roger Clark, 75, who observed the beautiful event for the Daily Mail. “We saw a man with a camera on a tripod totally concentrating on some deer activity in the ferns in front of him, completely oblivious to the enormous beast lurking behind him.”
“Given the perspective, it seemed like the stag was nuzzled up to pick a pocket off his pants, so I shot a photo since it looked amusing,” the senior photographer added. “But it was pretty unusual that a wild animal would be so near without being spotted.”
“The deer backed off and seemed to gaze at the photographer with those enormous gorgeous sparkling eyes and say, ‘Your model is just behind you!'” “Are you sure I’m not good enough for you?” Mr. Clark felt sorry for the unfortunate fellow. “He never realized the chance he’d passed up, and the red deer and I both gave up and went our own ways.”