A picture tells …

There is nothing like a good picture to remember an event. Hunting is no different.

People tell me often, ‘Hey, I got a picture of a buck for you,’ only to see a deer in the back of a pickup truck with its tongue hanging out. Ugh.

My first advice for a photo is simple, take a bunch. I’m no photographer, but I can tell you that the more photos to pick from, the better.

My second piece of advice may be even more crucial, get close. Too often aunt Josie is 50 feet away taking the photo of cousin Lou and his deer. Move in!

The third piece of advice I have involves the setting. Move away from the shed, the trash cans and the road. You shot a deer in the woods, not in a parking lot.

On the right is a great photo of Mackenzie Borger, a junior at Pleasant Valley, who shot an 11-point buck in Long Pond with her crossbow. She was hunting with her brothers, Dylon and Dickson, and her cousin, Brandon Scheller.

Got a photo to share? Email it to sports@poconorecord.com and tell us about your hunt.

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