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We once tracked a couple male pronghorn antelope in the foothills of the tobacco root mountains in southwest montana along the Jefferson river. We followed below them about 100 yards on the dirt road in my truck. They never hit the reported sixty miles per hour but at one point I had it up to 45 mph to keep up with them.
It was an unbelievable experience as they blazed through the sage brush pulling tight circles, then sprinting for a 1/4 mile, then circling and then off again. They were so incredibly fast.
I went with a looser style to try and convey the blur that an antelope is in full sprint.
July 17th, 2010
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