posted on Feb, 12 2010 @ 08:10 PM
reply to post by xstealth
Is this from your camera? If so, could we see other pictures from other times/dates, possibly with pics of deer? If not yours, what is the source? How
do you know it is located in Louisiana?
To clear up a few misconceptions: If this pic is from Louisiana, there are no moose and very few bears. It is not unusual to have only one pic, from a
trail cam. The cheaper or older cams don't have video or rapid exposure. Most have a timer, which allows only one pic every so many seconds, in order
to preserve film (on the older 35mm cams) or battery life and memory card space (on the digital cams). If a hunter is carrying a deer, it is
definitely not under his arm. The only possible way would be to have it over the hunter's shoulders, with the forelegs on one side of the neck and
the hind legs on the other. Not likely. All hunters that I know merely drag the deer.
Until we get more comparative pics or, at least, more info, I'm going to place a small bet on dog. It appears to be slightly quartering away, to the
right. Running into the rising or setting sun is causing some shadowing, which is what is causing all the confusing.