Favorite Pictures Deer Hunting

When I first started deer hunting back in 1980 the way we would take pictures of our harvest was with a Polaroid camera. You would take the picture and then the pull it out of the camera. Then fan it in the air and watch it develop right before your eyes. Some of my favorite memories of deer hunting were captured on film by way of Polaroid .They are some of my  favorite pictures deer hunting. The way we take take pictures of deer these days is much easier than back in the day.

Polaroid

We used to have to get the film developed. So you would have to wait until you finished the roll of film and then take it to Eckerds and wait to have it developed. You could pay extra and get it developed that day. Today we just store our pictures of deer right on our computer. It makes things so much easier.

I have a photo album of all of my past memories deer hunting. It is fun to pull it out and recall some of the bucks that I harvested in the past. It always brings back so many fun times in the great outdoors. I’ve always saved my photos of past hunts and am sure glad that I did.

And I sure have some great ones.

I wanted to show you some of my favorite photos of the 2008  season, it has been a great season so far for me. I made a lot of memories that I will cherish forever.

Pictures Deer Hunting

big buck pictures deer hunting in Illinois
I took this buck in November.

I was able to harvest a trophy buck bow-hunting Illinois.

10 pinter pictures deer hunting
Bow-hunting Illinois is a great way to harvest a big buck like this one it is one of my favorite pictures deer hunting.

These are just a few of my favorites from 2008. I am already excited about next season.

eight pointer
Payton’s first deer is a trophy buck.

6 thoughts on “Favorite Pictures Deer Hunting”

  1. Welcome to the Outdoor Bloggers Summit!

    Great site and wonderful pictures. I especially like the one of y’all in red, great Christmas shot!

    Regards,
    Albert A Rasch

  2. Those are some nice deer and my husband does the same with his photo albums.

  3. Want to welcome you to the Outdoor Bloggers Summit also…both your sites are looking great. You and yours have a safe and Happy New Year my friend.
    🙂

  4. Hi,

    I’ve been using a Moultrie Game Spy I60 Game Camera for a couple of years now. This camera is very easy to set up without even reading the manual. Over 300 pictures taken so far, without a flaw. Pictures are of very good quality both day and night.

    You can check this site for more info and reviews.

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