Saturday, March 22, 2014

Saturday's Critters


As I arrived at my friends house I noticed two deer sunning themselves at the top of the hill.



Then when I drove around and down her driveway, I could see that there were three of them.  Each had chosen a section of the terraced garden and made themselves at home.  She has deer around all of the time, but somehow they seem to be scarce when I arrive with my camera ... so I was enjoying this opportunity :)
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13 comments:

  1. They are such beauties. I love watching them. Great shots.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  2. Wow! What a gift to get these neat photos of nature's gems ~ Happy Weekend to you ~ xxx

    artmusedog and carol

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  3. You were lucky to get some photos of these beautiful animals. Enjoy your weekend!

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  4. Glad they were there when you had your camera. Nice pictures they gave you.

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  5. What a treat. And I love them reclining at their ease...

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  6. Your Lucky Day! :) Have a Great Weekend!

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  7. I am glad you had your camera with you! They are so cute! Pretty deer! Thank you for linking up with Saturday's Critters.. Have a happy weekend!

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  8. One of my all time favorites, so happy you got to see, enjoy and photograph them!! They look to be quite tame!!

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  9. They are beautiful! You were lucky to see them!

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  10. Those deers have a great time there, a kind of relax-farm with tanning...

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  11. It is that time of year, again. They are more visible! I saw herds of them while trucking with Bill.Not so easy to take pictures at 65 MPH! They are beautiful.

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  12. Oh how I recall the deer. When we had the house there was a herd (literally) that lived in the hills behind us and even though they did a lot of damage to my gardens, I still enjoyed watching them....especially the fawns in the spring.

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  13. I have been lucky enough to catch a couple of good shots, but the opportunities are few and far between. Lucky you!

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