A herd of red deer crossing the Long Walk at Windsor Castle

This fantastic picture was taken on the 4th September 2017 by Colin Roberts. Colin can be found on most social platforms under the handle ‘thegoodly’.

About this picture Colin said: ‘I checked the weather forecast so I knew there was going to be mist and got up very early. But this is the best [photograph] I have got so far.’

About the Great Windsor Park Deer: The animals, introduced to the 5,000-acre park south of Windsor by the Duke of Edinburgh in 1979, now form a 500-strong herd that ranges freely.

The 2.64 mile long arrow straight Avenue is known as the Long Walk at Windsor Great Park and is lined with chestnut trees.

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