6/19/13

Wordless Wednesday: The Visitors
















22 comments:

  1. no words needed, I would so love to see these beautiful guys... and i am so glad you have the backside of Lily where it is on the side bar, everytime i come here i smile at that photo, it is just where it needs to be seen for each new post.

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  2. Oh so beautiful-really wonderful photos, Paula...

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  3. They are pretty ~ until they get in your lovely garden! Hope that doesn't happen!

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  4. I know they are a nuisance, but I love to see deer :-).

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  5. OH your pictures are so great! How do you get your pics to be so clear...my hands are usually shaking to bad OH,,and never mind I'm taking through a dirty window. haha
    I love that you can see the spots. love it

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  6. Beautiful! We never see deer close to us anymore... these are lovely!

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  7. Love seeing a doe with her fawn. I have a video of a fawn feeding from her mama from two years ago. It was a beautiful moment.

    It's the second video on this old post of mine.

    http://www.theblueridgegal.com/2012/06/another-wildlife-post-so-deal-with-it.html

    Your photos are so bright and clear.. thank you so much for sharing them.

    xox



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  8. Awesome! They are so pretty, I really loved the last picture.

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  9. oh, they are SO beautiful! their tender spots...

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  10. Goegeous photos. Deer always melt my heart. We see them often but they alway move me to being in awe . Those are beautiful .

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  11. Simply awesome photos of those lovely deer! You're really getting great shots with your camera. Have a great day.

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  12. What beautiful animal loves!
    I hope you are having the best week, my friend!

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  13. I could sit on your porch and watch all the animals for hours!!

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  14. Just like grown children; you raise them, send them away and they come back with more. I see deer have followed our lead. lol!

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  15. Will you squeal tomorrow because today in wordless?

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  16. Awesome. And how in the world did you manage to capture them unless you zoomed in.. We have them around here and they are in our garden... ughh..Hugs,xo

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  17. Great photos! Good luck with them in the garden. ;-)
    My sister has a time with deer eating everything in her garden. But they are beautiful animals and fun to watch.

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  18. Sneaking up on you! Too sweet!!
    hughugs

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  19. What Beautiful creatures they are! Thanks for sharing those lovely photos my friend. Love, mare

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  20. Sweet, lovely visitors! I particularly love that last shot!

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