The doe has the beautiful Golden light on her. As a wildlife picture, this would be heavily critiqued by pros for being "too busy". However, as a picture of a deer in a natural habitat it has value.
We took a day trip on Friday and we came upon a sunflower field. The lighting was good so we spent some time taking photos. I took some with a 24-105 lens set at f14 and then some with a 600 lens set at f14 to try to illustrate the different depth of field effect that you get at the same f stop setting with differing focal lengths. The longer focal length decreases the depth of focus while at the same time somewhat flattening the image.
First Image 105mm focal length, f14, ISO 200, 1/100
Second image 600mm focal length, f14, ISO 200, 1/160
Until next time!