Thursday, October 10, 2019

We Stop For Deer

Have you ever seen those bumper stickers,
"I stop for                    "

They never say "deer" but we really need one that says deer!
We stop, we turn around, we back up...you get the picture, pun intended!

This was a drive past, u-turn, drive and u-turn situation, but I got the shot.

Standing in the middle of an open field, it was still there when we got back.
I only got one picture...

and it took right off.

There was only one, perhaps it's family was there in the woods.

I wish they weren't afraid, I would love to spend more time with them!

17 comments:

  1. They have very good reason to fear humans, Debbie. I visited Bhutan several years ago where the bulk of the population is Buddhist, hence vegetarian, and there is no history of hunting. Wildlife is much more approachable.

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  2. I agree about a sign, Debbie. When I visit over home in W. FL, they do have signs. More than one time we saw deer crossing the road.

    xoxo

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  3. Beautiful photos, I’ve only ever seen deer in Nova Scotia. There are none on PEI. It was a thrill to see them.

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  4. Outstanding! Thank you for turning around and you got some great shots. I agree with you, they do need a sign for deer.

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  5. oh my, what a GORGEOUS picture of the deer!!! I love them, they are so shy and gentle and dainty looking!!! Love their eyes. You got a great shot before it ran off!!!

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  6. Wow, you got a great shot of that deer. I enjoy looking out for them when we are driving. We hit one a long time ago and we felt very bad. We do have signs that say: "Watch for Deer for the next so many miles.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  7. Sometimes one photo is all you need. That's a beautiful one! It pays to turn around (well, maybe not EVERY time). LOL!

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  8. I stop for them too! Nice shots.

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  9. I have the same luck quite a bit, but you did get that one great shot though :) Even the ones of it walking away are neat!

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  10. Beautiful photographs Debbie.

    All the best Jan

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