Usually it's bad to face a camera-trap into the sun. Pointing it west or east will give you a lot of washed out pictures due to the sun. I made the mistake of pointing one camera this way, and only 1 picture was worth me taking the time to blog about.
I just thought this picture was cool and different. The early morning sun behind the white-tailed buck isn't something I get to see often in camera-trap images.
There were still over 800 pictures of deer that were washed out and invaded by a rising or setting sun. More thought was taken when resetting the camera.
It is now at the edge of this field in a shadier spot, not facing any sun.