Oh deer!

Dawn’s blush is fading

As I walk in the field of hay bales.

Let’s take a closer look:

How many deer can you see?

And can you see Simmie’s tail?

A couple of the deer

Look very comfortable among the wildflowers.

Later on, some of the rise

And walk away.

One of them is doing the splits!

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42 thoughts on “Oh deer!

  1. HA LOVED this post, Fiona! Yes, I definitely see Simmie’s tail behind the bale. And before I scrolled to the bottom, I spotted three deer. So I missed one. Loved the one doing splits. 🙂

    Thanks for the smiles, my friend! Have a superb week!

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  2. Hello, cute photos of the deer. Is Simmie stalking the deer, cute photo of the tail. Enjoy your day and have a happy week ahead!


  3. The deer appear so small in comparison to the hay bales. What wonderful images. Wildlife, wildflowers and ‘wild’ autumn colours. [Helen]


  4. Sleet already? Our Fall is having some cold nights in the 40’s, which seems too cold for me too soon. But the days are beautiful weather. I did see the puppy tail. Love your photos. Thanks for sharing a bit of your world with your photography.


  5. Lady Fi – we have deep grass in the prairie close to the lake, and when you walk there in the morning, you can see the egg-shaped indentations where the deer have slept. Lovely shots!


  6. I bet Simmie was having fits. The deer are coming into my yard every day and evening now – they just wandered through in a herd of 5 as I was making dinner. They come into the neighborhood during hunting season. My gardens have gone to seed so I don’t mind them foraging. You punster you!


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