May 29, 2014

Fallen Antlers, Montana

Photograph by Tony Bynum

In the window between the snowmelt and summer, “hunters” hike to deer and elk wintering grounds in Montana to look for fallen antlers, or “sheds.” These natural crowns are a renewable resource, dropped and regrown each year by bucks and bulls, and coveted by collectors, artists, and antler brokers.

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