Saturday, May 23, 2009

Camera Critters # 59

Camera Critters by Misty Dawn, go here to see who's participating.

A doe came into that back yard last week. She stayed in the woods and browsed on the brush.
She acted like she knew we were watching.
She stayed alert and continued to graze.
My grandson decided to sneak up on it, when the front door slammed she was gone.
Go and visit some other critters from around the world.

29 comments:

Kendris said...

Hmmm...slamming doors does not a good sneak make. ;-)

Great shots, though!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great pictures of the deo, Tom.. Hope you two are enjoying the long weekend. Are you getting some fishing in????
Betsy

imac said...

Hi Tom, great captures of the doe.

Roses grow on you @ my blog.

Shey said...

They are nimble and quick. But they are fun to watch. Great timing and captures. Totally enjoyed the post.

Happy weekend! :)

Joy said...

How lucky to get such great photos!

Sandy Kessler said...

closer closer closer love it duck shots too sandy

Anya said...

You had many luck
to make this shots ;)
Lovely ....

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

How lovely that she is hanging around Tom.

Snap said...

How lovely. Really enjoyed the post ... even after slamming the door! :D

Kitty said...

Nice of her to visit! And great shots too :)

Tammy said...

She's beautiful! There seem to be a lot around where I live lately. I love watching them. They are so pretty and peaceful looking.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Must me nice to just see them like that. I've yet to see a deer ini person. Nice captures!

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Hi, Tom. Love the photos, and the story. Isn't it fun to share your love for wildlife with children? Today, my kids and I watched orioles building a nest, a cabbage looper caterpillar, an inchworm, a toad, and a carpenter ant. It was fun just observing them. And I feel like I'm fostering a life-long love for God's creatures.

Abe Lincoln said...

I wish. I have small animals that slip under the fence and some that fly over but none are as large as the deer. Nice shots.

Janie said...

I'm glad the deer stayed around long enough for you to capture his portrait to share with us.

George said...

You got great pictures of the doe. It's too bad the slamming door ruined your grandson's plan. (I wonder who slammed the door?).

Mary said...

How pretty...what a nice visitor.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Thar's pretty special to have the deer visit your yard.
Blessings,Ruth

TSannie said...

Too much good things to eat in suburbia...

Rose said...

How lucky you are to get to see the deer....

Pietro said...

Just the right moment for these beautiful pictures, Fishing Guy.
I've very much enjoyed the nice sequence.

Jama said...

Lucky you for having such visitor, I too want to visit you.

Tipper said...

Love how shaggy her new coat looks.

storyteller's other blog said...

What a delightful visitor ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Karen said...

She's a beauty!!!

You got some great photos of her...

Pity your grandson spoiled his seaking up on her, by slamming the door..LOL :-)

Shionge said...

Hiya FG, hope you are well and thank you for visiting me :)

I think when a doe comes to visit, it brings luck too :D

Lanny said...

What a delightful guest.

Twisted Fencepost said...

And the explanation for "high tailing it" has been explained. With pictures!
Stunning shots, FG.

Willard said...

A good encounter, Tom. I hope she comes back with a fawn or two for you to photograph!