Oh how lovely, beautifully done!
That is such a great idea and love the night photos. I was thinking of getting one of those cameras and just leaving it in "a place" and see what goes by at night when I am sleeping. One of my friends has one and one night a bear went by :)
That is so nice, I love all the beautiful deer. The deer are thanking you! Happy Friday, have a great weekend!
she is 'clickin' curious... i am sooooooo jealous. would love to watch them. and of course snap at them
We have some friends who live out in the country, and they have deer who will eat out of their hands. They also eat their flowers...no respect!
Oh I LOVE LOVE this. I will send you my column from the newspaper we think alike you and I. Hug B
What a nice thing to do. And a good idea. Maybe it would keep the deer from treating all of our plantings as their own personal smorgasbord.
Loved this "cafe" piece . . . As do the deer . . .
Some great shots. Do you have the camera in a tree with a remote shutter?
What a wonderful thing to do every year, and I just know they love it! Such adorable shots you caught of them too! They have the sweetest eyes of all the wild critters around.
really nice of you!
That's really neat!
Kind generous thing to do for the deer. Good question: do you have a triggered remote camera hidden somewhere?
Oooooooh I just love them and the idea that you are helping them thrive through winter!!
She was certainly trying to check something out. :-)The fawns are dancing because they have you trained to feed them. ;-)Have a blessed weekend, Gail. ♥
Those deer are wonderful to see. Thank you for sharing these lovely pictures.Have an enjoyable Friday evening and a good weekendAll the best Jan
Lovely photos . Yup even the wild life is spoiled there and here lol ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good weekend !
Aren't you nice!!! What a great reward you get for your labors. Most people plant deer repellent plants but you feed them. You rock.
What a good thing to do! We have never done that but seem to have plenty of deer.
These are great shots! Do you have a zoom lens or were you actually able to get quite close to them?
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