Friday, September 7, 2012

Back Roads, Always...

so you never miss this!!
 
 
I got out yesterday, for a ride in the car.
You don't really appreciate "a ride in the car",
until you can't go.
The last thing I grabbed was my camera.
I wasn't going to bring it,
I haven't really felt like taking pictures.
 
And have you seen my camera bag?? It weighs more then I do.
 
But I grabbed it anyway, like I always do...
and just like that, things were starting to feel right again.
 
The hubs and I twirled through the lazy, country back roads,
  
and Chuck spotted these twin fawns.
 
He spun the car around and in a flash,
we were back...and there they were.
 
Eating,
 
posing,
 
not a care in the world!!

Seeing these little ones reminds me of what's important.
Nature and the simple things, the things money can't buy!!

Take the time to drive the back roads, it's so worth it!!
September 6, 2012
 
 

51 comments:

  1. How delicate...and I LOVE the colors! We just can't beat what nature serves us! I so get that feeling of grabbing the camera and getting out there and everything feeling right again! There's just something that starts to breathe....that's been holding it's breath, waiting for us to put eye to lens!

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  2. They are such beautiful creatures. The shots are perfect.

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  3. awww they are adorable. I'm glad you enjoyed yourself.

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  4. they are so beautiful and carefree! glad you brought your camera with you :-) nature is a source of pure joy..lovely shots as always...

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  5. debbie, you made my day. sharing these beautiful is precious, but knowing you got out, felt good, took photos again - that makes my day. :)

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  6. Awwww! They are so cute. This just proves that one should ALWAYS take the camera along. Glad you were able to get out for a drive.

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  7. Now that put a HUGE smile on both our faces. Thank you for that. Back roads are always the best. They are so darn cute. Hugs keep on the mending trip:) Hug B

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  8. Hi Debbie...Ya I am still around .. so glad you got out... it does help doesn't it !! How far back are these back roads..I think that's where I live (on a back road)not dirt though! Do I need to go back further or towards the city LOL!!
    What a wonderful find, I would say you was very privileged..they are so darn sweet ...like most kids daring and unafraid!! : }
    Take care my friend!!
    Grace

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  9. Yay For feeling up to drive!
    Take good care of yourself.

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  10. Glad to hear you are back on the road with your camera. You hit the jackpot with those beautiful fawns!

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  11. How nice to be able to get out see such beauties. Glad you are feeling up to going out and taking the beautiful pictures you always do. Gotta love the hubs. TFS. Ana

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  12. These are all wonderful but the one with the twins together is absolutely outstanding! I am so glad you were able to get out for a ride, my friend.

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  13. Lovely deer. Already in love with them.
    Fantastic photographs.

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  14. So what I need to do. Where are the back roads?

    Cute, cute, cute!

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  15. Great suggestion, Debbie! Oh what a joy it must have been to observe these two beautiful fawns. I love the white spots. Sounds like traveling on the back roads was spirit lifting. Glorious captures!

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  16. Debbie, I like how you think! I love taking the back road and I always enjoy the simple things. The fawns are a real treat to see, great shots. Hope you have a happy weekend.

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  17. I LOVE the back roads! So glad you were able to get out and see these beauties! And you are so right ..... The best things in life money can't buy.

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  18. I'm glad you grabbed your camera!!!

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  19. Debbie, they are absolutely precious, and how fortunate you were to be able to photograph them!

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  20. They are adorable! So glad you got out with your camera and drove the back roads. That's what I love to do because you never know what you might find!

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  21. That one looks like he or she is hollerin' at ya for taking his/her pic! LoL!
    You really got some beautiful shots of them... Glad to see you got out & about! =)

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  22. Aw Debbie I'm so with you on the joy of a drive. Lovely Chuck to turn around and hunt out those beautiful little fawns.
    I'm also blessed with a gorgeous man who never utters a word in protest -- just smiles, when I suddenly call out "gotta photo that...".
    I can absolutely relate with you on this post Debbie, even to the point of forcing yourself to grab the camera before leaving. It's those times when the best photos are hunted out.
    So very glad you felt up to the adventure of another back road :D)xx

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  23. Awww, I'm so glad you decided to take your camera. Sure hope you are back to your old self soon - Isn't it funny how looking through that lens helps you shut out all the problems of the world?

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  24. So glad you got out and took your camera. The fawns are lovely!

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  25. I'm glad you got out and very glad you took the camera! Those are fantastic photos! You don't often see shots that nice of fawns. Great work, Debbie!

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  26. So sweet, a touch with nature..nice.

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  27. Debbie, I am sooo glad that you feel like a ride in the car! because ONLY YOU could capture a fawn laughing - I didn't think they did that :) Love you!!!

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  28. They're lovely Debbie, I'm glad you grabbed your camera!

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  29. Gorgeous photos! Those fawn(s) are so sweet. Glad to see you were able to be out for a ride. Take care!

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  30. 彡♡` Olá, amigos!

    Eles são muito fofos.

    Lindo dia!
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil ♡彡.
    ¸.•°`♥✿⊱╮

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  31. Oh my goodness! They are adorable! I'm so glad to hear you went out on a drive & with camera in hand, 'just like that, things started to feel right again'. I am very happy to hear that.

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  32. And if a couple fawns just being there can't make you feel better, then there is something really wrong with you!! They are adorable!!

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  33. Oh my goodness aren't these little sweeties just precious as can be. So glad you took your camera with you on the drive.

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  34. Great captures so glad you brought that heavy camera bag!

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  35. Debbie, I have had you in my thoughts. I am so glad you are getting out and about a little. Hugs, Bonnie

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  36. I always get excited when I see deer--especially a fawn. And you saw TWO!! WOWIE!

    Good thing you had your camera. :)

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  37. Aren't those baby deer adorable! What sweetness you have captured in your photos.

    xo
    Danielle

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  38. Debbie, nice to know there is still wildlife left in NJ and as cute as these young ones were, I surely hope they are wise enough not to venture out in the state's highways. Always great to have a camera along for unexpected moments like this...great captures!

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  39. Those baby deer must have known that you needed a little camera therapy. Wonderful captures...glad you were out and about!!

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  40. Oh Debbie, wonderful shots - it really was worth driving along the back road. They are so cute. :))

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  41. Loved the pictures! Many years a go we used to go deer hunting with my family. Then for a couple of years we didn't hunt; we just took pictures. I love nature and whenever we go up to see my son; the canyons are so beautiful and we often times see deer. Deer are such beautiful animals.
    Blessings!

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  42. Such sweet pictures. Glad you are felling better!

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  43. How sweet! I love this post! Especially the photo of the one "bawling" or "bleating" or whatever noise it is these babies make. :-) Where are you lately, dear friend? Have you been ill? I am so sorry if that has been the case. Hope you are much better, and that you will be in blogland again more often.

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  44. These little ones are so beautiful. Glad you are feeling a bit better and so glad you saw and shared the fawns.

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  45. I really love your photos. Nice work. I really like it. Thanks for sharing this blog. God bless you.

    Perth Wedding Photographers

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  46. Just lovely, dear!!!

    So sorry for my absence...but mother is not well yet...
    Hope to come often soon...
    Love
    BShell

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  47. soooo sweet...precious, precious!

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  48. soooo sweet...precious, precious!

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  49. The fawns are delightful! Must have been so pleased you DID grab your camera bag.

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