Urban Deer In London

These STAG-ering photographs of deer show them as never seen before. Captured deserting the safety of nearby woodland, the usually illusive animals are seen roaming empty roads and munching on the lawns of local residents. Taken in the dead of night by British photographer, Sam Hobson, 34, the photographer spent hours hiding in the darkness waiting for the perfect shot.

These STAG-ering photographs of deer show them as never seen before. Captured deserting the safety of nearby woodland, the usually illusive animals are seen roaming empty roads and munching on the lawns of local residents. Taken in the dead of night by British photographer, Sam Hobson, 34, the photographer spent hours hiding in the darkness waiting for the perfect shot.

These STAG-ering photographs of deer show them as never seen before. Captured deserting the safety of nearby woodland, the usually illusive animals are seen roaming empty roads and munching on the lawns of local residents. Taken in the dead of night by British photographer, Sam Hobson, 34, the photographer spent hours hiding in the darkness waiting for the perfect shot.

These STAG-ering photographs of deer show them as never seen before. Captured deserting the safety of nearby woodland, the usually illusive animals are seen roaming empty roads and munching on the lawns of local residents. Taken in the dead of night by British photographer, Sam Hobson, 34, the photographer spent hours hiding in the darkness waiting for the perfect shot.

These STAG-ering photographs of deer show them as never seen before. Captured deserting the safety of nearby woodland, the usually illusive animals are seen roaming empty roads and munching on the lawns of local residents. Taken in the dead of night by British photographer, Sam Hobson, 34, the photographer spent hours hiding in the darkness waiting for the perfect shot.