Wednesday, July 30, 2014

A Close Encounter...

 of the Deer kind!!
 
 This mama was not nearly as thrilled to see me,

as I was to see her.
 
She contemplated her choices...as it was pretty clear I was not leaving.

 She was worried about these two little ones...
I had not even seen as I was so focused on mom.

 They knew right away, that mom was uneasy...

 two action "butt" shots,

 of them scampering off.

 Mom's final warning "Don't Come Back"!!
 
July 18, 2014
 

30 comments:

  1. Good thing you had your camera with you to capture these super shots.

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  2. Debbie, these are awesome shots of the deer. The babies are so cute.. Have a happy day!

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  3. Great photos! Enjoyed the shots of the fawns!

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  4. WOW that is awesome what a lucky beautiful encounter of the very best kind. Great shots. Hug B

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  5. Hi Debbie! Your pictures are adorable! Thank you for sharing this extra sweetness with us.

    Hugs to you!

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  6. i LOVED this! adorable little ones and their flags, and i could almost hear mom's clicking hooves. :)

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  7. Fabulous shoots Debbie! I have no doubt within a few days you could have the doe and her babies posing for a family portrait! B.

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  8. Way to go, Debbie! Great shots.

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  9. They really are beautiful animals; however, I know that they can be harmful to vegetation. We have none in our immediate neighborhood, but our friends have dozens. I love seeing them in your photos!

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  10. Looks like mom is one tough fella.

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  11. Isn't that fun! Just a glimpse, but such a delight!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  12. Those white warning butts get me every time. :) Where were pix taken?

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  13. The babbie- deers are so cute Debbie!Wonderful shots!!Fantastoc pictures!Thank you for sharing this beauty!
    Dimi...

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  14. Great photos! The two fawns are adorable little tykes! It won't be long before they lose those spots.

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  15. Those little white tails giving warning. They learn young.

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  16. They're so beautiful. I can't even imagine people hunting them, and I'm thankful no one in my family does. :)

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  17. I love the gentleness of deer. They are shy, but also curious to see us.

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  18. You got great pictures! I've never been able to get a decent photos of the beauties that visit our yard.

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  19. That is quite the backward glance she gave you!

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  20. Very great shots. Lovely babies too.

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  21. Lucky you to see and photograph these sweet fawns.

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  22. Oh I really love these pictures of the deer. They used to come into our yard a lot in Washington. The bad thing was they liked to eat the bottom of some of our bushes; so my husband wasn't happy.
    Blessings for my smile today.

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  23. They are so beautiful, Debbie. My very favorite animal. What a coincidence too, as yesterday, I came upon a 14-point buck. He was huge, and not happy to see me either. It was the first time I've ever backed away from a deer. Such a gorgeous creature!

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  24. Incredible shots Debbie! I always love to see the deer with their babies. So adorable!

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  25. You got some fantastic shots of these deer!! Those little fawns just melted my heart. :::)))) Mama was giving you the stink-eye for sure.

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  26. Great Shots! We have a ton of deer here in Kentucky. They are beautiful creatures.

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