Saturday, February 18, 2017

Saturday Critters ~ 166 ~

- Valentine's Day was special - 
especially the drive home because we drove past this beautiful...

Bambi
The hubs is an expert at the quick stop, pull over,
I am an expert at finding the camera and changing the lens,
because as you know, you never have on the right lens to capture the moment you are in.

I spoke softly and asked her to stay...

she did for a while but then scampered off.

She had friends waiting for her - aren't they beautiful.
When I see them I am reminded of real nature, 
that they survive on their own not caged or cared for by humans.
It is one of the only wild animals I see in this area,
and they always bring me so much joy!!

Sharing today's images with 
Eileen at Viewing Nature With Eileen 

26 comments:

  1. Oh wow oh wow!! Such amazing photos. You truly have a magical eye and camera!

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  2. We have deer in our back yard and in the yard next door almost every day in the wintertime but I can NEVER get good pictures of them. I don't know what it is, but their beauty is hard to capture--and you did it perfectly! If anyone saw my pictures next to yours they'd easily see the difference between an untalented and a talented photographer!

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    1. i just got lucky and i have a great camera!!!

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  3. Very nice, Debbie. Precious the deer. Bambi left you very good photos
    Good weekend.
    Besos.

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  4. How fantastic that you had time to stop and take some wonderful images of the wild deer before they trotted off. I love to see them running free but not so keen when they run out in front of the car!
    Have a lovely weekend :)

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  5. Even though I live in a rural area, I rarely ever see deer.

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  6. These photo's have brought me joy too.
    Thank you

    Enjoy your weekend

    All the best Jan

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  7. Hello Debbie, Bambi and her friends are beautiful. I always enjoy seeing the deer. Lovely photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  8. Oh so beautiful. The light on the last ones is just perfect.

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  9. They really are beautiful animals! And I love the shots where the background falls away in soft colors!

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  10. We have so many deer around here that they trample and eat the farmer's corn crop and cause quite a bit of destruction. I guess that's why now, they allow hunter's to take 2 deer a year and want mostly the does taken to stop the baby boom.

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  11. They are so beautiful, so neat that you were able to see all her friends too! When we lived in New Jersey there were always a bunch of them that hung out on Ft. Dix that we would see, especially in the evening times.

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  12. Breathtakingly beautiful, my friend. We have Mule Deer here so seeing your White Tail Deer was truly a delight :)

    Hugs to you!

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  13. Oh happy Valentine's day to the Bambi.

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  14. They are gorgeous Debbie. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  15. Really beautiful creatures Debbie - I can imagine your excitement at seeing them, it must have been wonderful being so close!

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  16. Wow, what a lucky, wonderful meeting this was. Even for us!

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  17. You and hubs are quite the team ~ gorgeous photography of the lovely deer ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a Happy Day ~ ^_^

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  18. I have loved seeing and watching deer through the years. I think they are beautiful animals. We live in a very big suburb area and this year two dear ran right past our mailbox one day. We have never seen them this for down into the city areas; interesting. Of course, there was no way to get a picture; they were on the run. Hugs~

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  19. We're enjoying our, too. Soon they'll disappear for summer!

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  20. LOVE!! Great photography, Debbie. :)

    xoxo

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  21. Deer are some of my favorite animals in the world. You found some beauties. Loved seeing your wonderful photos of these graceful animals.

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