Adam Nordsveen, a 25-year-old Norwegian photographer, recently discovered a white fawn while on a tour of Norway.
At the height of his exploration of the Scottish Highlands in quest of spots to photograph for his trip book, he came upon this little, white surprise.
In contrast to the snowy landscape, it was completely white and almost undetectable. The baby deer came the photographer and requested that he take a few pictures of it.
As soon as they unexpectedly met face-to-face with each other’s mother, the animal’s mother emerged from the bush and returned to her son.
There was something magical about the sight, according to Adam, like a Christmas fairy tale.
Having no black pigment, white reindeer may blend seamlessly with their snowy environment because they lack dark pigment.The antlers and the area surrounding the eyes are black, which distinguishes them from albinos.
In the past, Adam has encountered a wide variety of species. The encounter with the lynx and the pack of wolves occurred when he was on a trip to Norway.
He must be friendly to the animals since they provide for great picture opportunities.