Looks like you have a pretty healthy herd too! St. Patrick's Day feast consists of corned venison roast brining in the fridge as we speak : )
That's a pretty crew- I rarely see that many together.
I never tire of seeing that:) B
Every time I spot deer, I watch too. Helena people have carved their way into the mountains so the deer have found new homes in town. Tit or Tat. They have ruined most of my trees but so what, so does the lack of moisture that has taken hold of our state. Many of them find refuge in my rock garden.
Morning Gail, great pictures, I love deer, so so graceful, Francine.
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which I were there to watch you watching them and them watching you... the photos are next best to the real watching...
Years ago, I used to see huge herds,... now we are lucky if we see two together.
Watching you watch them watching you... wow, that could go on forever!Awesome shots. Like you were on safari or something.
Yep, they know what's up!=)
very nice shots.
Beautiful! I love these photos. I never have a camera handy when I see them. They are magnificent animals.
Fantastic photos ! I am still yet to get photos of the deer here , they are really skittish though ! Have a good weekend !
Nice shots! I had a herd of antelope run out in front of me this morning on my way to work! Grabbed the camera and got a shot....of them watching me from the other side of the road.
'Looks like a stare down for sure!!!What a wonderful capture!God bless and have a super great weekend. After hittin' 80 today, we have snow in the forecast for Monday. Uck...'kinda like my shorts!
Looks like a herd!! Have you seen the white deer at all? :)
That's a lot of deer... I love your roof story... So funny
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