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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

"My Name is Joe Deer."

I communed with nature yesterday.  I received a phone call from Cary's Mom, who lives next door.  She said, "Kathy, there is a big buck in your side yard!"  I thanked her, grabbed my camera and went outside.  Joe Deer was busy eating the weeds off of our landscape mound, and didn't mind me talking to him and taking his picture one little bit.  I even left before he did.  These are a few of the pictures that I took of Joe.

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Bob Scotney said...

Great shots , Kathy especially the head shot with his tongue out.

Tammy said...

Oh, Kathy, what beautiful pictures of a gorgeous and graceful creature! It's so nice to see a buck that's alive and not mounted on someone's wall.

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Thank you, Bob and Tammy! I'm happy that you enjoyed the photos.


Lynn said...

Love those shots of the deer, especially the one with his tongue sticking out - like he was licking his lips after eating your tasty plants. That's what they do in my yard!

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