Thursday, October 10, 2013

Nothing Runs Like a Deer(e)


The upper deer was truly fortuitous. I had the camera up to my eye and focused, in the act of taking a photo of some trees. Suddenly there was a crackling in the hedgerow, maybe twenty feet from me. Out popped this little spike buck and off he bounded. I would have never caught the shot if I hadn't already had the camera up in mid-click. Alan says he has been seeing him everywhere the past couple of weeks. Hope he has his syllabus with him and knows the season will be starting soon.




Then I came across this other Deere. It was sitting still while its appendage was greased and prepared for the afternoon.



Soon it too moseyed off, a bit slower than its furry counterpart, taking a couple of my dears along for the ride.




And over in some mud left over from the storm, I found more deer tracks, plus one from a coyote.....but what is that smaller track next to the coyote print?

I don't know. Do you?





4 comments:

Ruth said...

fox maybe? Doesn't quite look right though.....

Susan Liber said...

raccoon ?

Cathy said...

Awwww . . . a couple of your 'dears' :)

Terry and Linda said...

Yep...we know all about those kinds of deer(e)!

Linda
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