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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

THE MAMA AND HER BABIES IN MY FRONT YARD





The doe kept leading her fawns back to our yard all afternoon...they must be sooooo hungry with all this snow....we did not frighten them away...they must survive too. They are back again as I am writing this. So DEEEEEER!

10 comments:

Lori said...

how beautiful:) i love when the deer come into our yard...usually they stay back in the woods, a close~up sighting like yours is rare for me...thanks for sharing the sweetness!

celestina marie said...

How wonderful! I used to live in Indiana and Ohio and the deer would visit like this. Brings back memories. So nice to meet you and thank you for stopping by my blog. I have so enjoyed my visit to yours and just love your treasures in the ebay and etsy shops. I will be back often and add you to my favorites. Thank you also for your kind comments.
Celestna,
La Rea Rose

Cheryl said...

Oh girls are going to DIE!

Kelli said...

Oh, how beautiful!! They look so gentle and sweet!
~Kelli

Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Oh they are so sweet!!! I just love deer. We get them in our yard too. They are so beautiful and graceful!

Hugs,
Amy

cherished*vintage said...

Hi Pat! Those deer are the sweetest thing. I felt so honored just to have a wild bunny visit the other night. The snow looks so beautiful too!
-Karoline

Linds said...

What beautiful photos! How special to have them visit.
Thanks so much for you lovely comment!

vickie said...

Great pictures Pat, do you feed them? Love the poems too!

Sharon said...

Oh my gosh what beautiful pictures you were able to get. Such a treat to see them right out front.

J.Rae's Shabby Cottage Designs said...

Hi Pat, The deer are so beautiful. We have the ones that come into our yard from a wooded area across the street. We have yet to see them as they come at night in the spring and summer as we sleep. We find their hoof prints in the yard and flowerbeds. They dine on our blueberries and nectarines, but we don't mind sharing them with God's beautiful creatures.
Blessings, Julie