Royal headgear wall print
Rising early on an autumn morning, Sam set out to stalk the red deer in Richmond Park, one of London’s royal parks. The park red deer are used to people, and so when Sam saw this magnificent stag he was able to creep to within 5 metres (16.5 feet) of it.
The stag had a full set of antlers, ready to clash with other males during the autumn rut, and was thrashing vegetation to get rid of the irritating remains of the velvet that had covered them. As he raised his head, he took the bracken with it, creating a magnificent natural crown against the rising sun.