Saturday, June 27, 2015

Saturday Critters ~ 80 ~

The Deer of Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

 Mr. Buck...he never moved.

A Seneca White Deer

 with long, beautiful, flowing eyelashes.

 A Fawn

These beautiful deer were behind a chain link fence...
at a petting zoo.
As much as I enjoyed seeing them,
they were so docile, so motionless, it bothered me.
I wish I had spotted them in the wild, where they belong.

Sharing images of the beautiful Deer with,
Eileen at Viewing Nature With Eileen

Tomorrow, I am going to share pictures from our balloon adventure.
Get Ready!!

31 comments:

  1. Hello Debbie, wonderful shots of the deer. They are so pretty. The Seneca White Deer is a beauty! At least inside the fence they are safe from hunters. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  2. Such a shame that those deer were behind the fence. I've never seen a white deer before so that was a thrill.

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  3. Wow. What a pro you are. We have very few of the white deer, it's such a magical moment when one happens on one. I love these captures Debbie. Deer and greenery, perfection!

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  4. Lovely photographs of all the Deer but yes it is a pity they are living in the wild. Have a lovely weekend.

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  5. Beautiful photos of nature's deer who should be wandering free ~ Great shots, though!

    Happy Weekend,
    artmusedog and carol

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  6. At first I thought you had seen all these in the wild, and I was a little jealous.

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  7. Loved the buck with his velvet antlers:)

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  8. My mom once had a regular visit from a "palomino" deer...very cool.

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  9. The buck is amazing. One almost ran across the road yesterday but then he turned around and jumped back in the brush. I have never seen a white deer before; they are so pretty. I think these deer are very well fed and living quite a carefree life.

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  10. Schöne Bilder von den Hirschen und sogar ein weißer.

    Gruß
    Noke

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  11. They may have been still if it was a hot day. Such great photos!
    I am on the edge of my seat waiting for the hot air balloon post!!!!

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  12. Yes it is sad these dear can't roam in the forest but at least their protected against hunters especially the white dear. They don't seem to have a care in the world, its like they know their safe & they probably came in as rescues. Great photos

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    1. Ops i ment deer not dear. Lol

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    2. Great point Karen, and their fenced in area was large and clean!!

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  13. Yes! Those eye lashes. Wow. And, I barely have any left. :)

    Great photo's, dear Debbie.

    xoxo

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  14. on the bright side...they are obviously well cared for. And beautiful.

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  15. They are lovely animals. The white one is fantastic.
    Beautiful photos.

    ☺Have a nice day ☺

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  16. Wonderful photos, Debbie. I love the close-up of the buck with his velvet antlers and the white female - such a very pretty face on her. Those eyelashes are stunning!
    I'm guessing those 'enclosed' deer are settled and content with where they live, or they wouldn't breed. They have no fear of being attacked or chased and if any need medical attention, it will be there for them. We have wild deer around here and it's always a thrill to come across them, but virtually impossible to get a decent close-up photo - they are always alert to anyone approaching and bound away before a camera can be focused!

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  17. There are white deer, oh I see.
    Beautiful.

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  18. Wow! I have never seen a white deer before! Beautiful!

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  19. White deer would probably have a tough go in the wild.

    Beautiful pics!
    ~

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  20. You captured some beautiful shots; even if they didn't move much. I loved the white deer; I don't think I have seen one before.
    Blessings!

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  21. Lovely shots of these beautiful animals. Have a great week!

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  22. They are just gorgeous, yes you wonder what their life is like but after being use to humans around them I don't think they would do well in the wild now either.

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  23. Those are gorgeous deer. I don't believe I've eve seen a "white" one like that before. I'm glad they are protected. Yes it's great to see them in the wild but sometimes it's necessary to protect the species such as that white one from hunters.

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  24. I've never seen a white deer. Great lashes!

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