Such a lovely creature. Always loved a Doe's eyes. I'm enjoying reliving some of my travel memories through you and seeing new landscapes. Sure is a beautiful country, isn't it. Thanks for the photos.
Que cosita divina!
Awesome! Must have been even more wonderful in person. A propos of your profile, I recall a line from the movie Avalon where the senile grandfather recounts how he went back to his old neighbourhood and couldn't recognize a thing. He says, "If I had known everything was going to change, I would have tried harder to remember." This is sort of what you are saying and what I say in my blog, only with music.Keep on clickin' bud!
Especially if you like 'greens'.ToOdLeS.
Hello Stephen I have just been enjoying your photography, I am a big Nikon fan too. your frog squirrel and doe pics are beautiful and your grandchildren adorable. love all your photos. I am just now getting back into my photography and will certainly be back here for some inspiration, happy snapping, Kathy.
please tell me it didnt cross the road and got hit by an suv.
Cute Creature! Awsome composition!!
my son and i watched a baby deer today, with her mom taking a roadside picnic. she was so small and fragile, the beauty of new life. thanks for helping me grip that memory.
Great capture so hard to get close to these guys !
They're a nuisance, especially during droughts when they eat things they usually don't (including tree bark), but they're so majestic and beatiful! Great shot!
Oh ya - great shot; perfect caption.
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