Undisclosed Location, Loudoun County, Virginia.
A piebald buck is a male deer that has a different colored coat than most other white-tailed deer. It contains white splotches, patches, or markings and sticks out like a sore thumb in the woods. It is a rarity among most white-tailed deer populations.
I've dedicated a few cameras to get photographs of piebald deer in locations where they have been seen in Great Falls, Virginia, but did not expect to see one at all when I checked a camera in Loudoun County.
Such a beautiful deer!