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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Saturday's Critters

Hello Everyone.  It's good to have you stop in for a visit.  Today I'm sharing with Eileen (Viewing Nature With Eileen) for her Meme, Saturday's Critters.


I've had these pictures since last September and for some reason just never remembered to post them.  I thought today would be a good day to do that finally.

On one of our drive's up to Scenic Loop we spotted this little fawn in the yard of one of the people who live up that way. I pulled over and quickly snapped a few shots.  We never did see the mother around but I'm sure she had to be there someplace.





It was a bit "wary" of us as you can see it this picture but finally settled back into grazing and after taking this last shot I decided to leave it to eat in peace and quiet.


I thought it was unusual to spot a fawn that late in the summer but it sure was cute.

38 comments:

  1. Hello, Ida. Looks like she is losing some of the spots. What a cute, adorable photos..Thank you for linking up and sharing your post.. Have a happy weekend!

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  2. What a lovely find you had and you captured some great shots of the fawn. Have a lovely weekend.

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  3. Really cute Fawn, and I lOVE your kitty shot in your Header Photo.

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  4. What a beautiful and sedate creature. They look so fragile and gentle. I hope the mother came to claim him very quickly. Have a wonderful weekend. Chel x

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  5. What a pretty little one. Their legs look so delicate, like they're likely to break when they dash off.

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  6. Blessings & Happy New Year....
    Photos....beautiful
    thanks for sharing.


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  7. that sweet fawn is probably a BIG girl now.. hope she is safe

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  8. Wonderful photos, which pretty fawn!

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  9. Very cute..I love to catch sight of the babies.

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  10. Awe. They are always so innocent looking!

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  11. Wow! Great shots of the beautiful deer!

    Happy Weekend,
    artmusedog and carol

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  12. ps. Love your header it is very precious and creative!

    Happy Weekend,
    artmusedog and carol

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  13. awww, those ears ... so cute. i love the one with them all hanging in different directions. so sweet. ( :

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  14. That is a very cute fawn. Great photos.

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  15. Oh, wow! What great photos! Congratulations!

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  16. It sure is cute. Glad you were able to stop and get some pictures of it.

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  17. Oh, how sweet! Glad you had your camera with you!

    Lindy

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  18. So, so, so sweet! What a blessing to be able to watch this little one :) Hugs to you!

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  19. Wonderful photos of this beautiful animal.

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  20. I find fall, September to be a big fawn month!! these are so beautiful, I'm surprised you were able to hold these for so long!!

    and yes, I am jealous, I just love bambi!!!!

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  21. Lovely shots ! That's nice to see such a beautiful creature in the meadow !

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  22. Yes it is interesting that the mother seemed not to be around. In our area it is odd to ever see a lone spotted fawn.

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  23. An adorable little creature! Nice shots!!

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  24. The fawn was so cute! I love to see them! Great photos and I love your header!

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  25. What a sweet little creature. It looks so vulnerable.

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  26. That is a very cute fawn! Nice shots.

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  27. awww, so cute!! and where is that mama! perhaps the wee fawn in on their own.
    so great that you captured the moment.

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  28. Happy New Year Ida! Most gardeners hate deers, but I am one of those people who thinks they are beautiful. The fawn in your shots is adorable, although she looks a bit thin. I wonder since her mother didn't appear to be around if she lost here and was on her own?

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  29. Yep, this little guy still had some spots. Mama couldn't have been too far away. :)
    Pretty captures!

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  30. Beautiful photos, Ida. It is unusual to see a fawn young enough to still have spots that late in the year. They should be older with more body fat by the time winter gets harsh. We saw some here, too. Our winters are milder, though.

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  31. such a sweet one. :)

    And. I like the header you have now. It´s lovely.

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  32. How much fun to be so close to a fawn. I have had that experience a few times, but am always watching my back for mama too!

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  33. Wow looks like my backyard. Amazing. Great takes.

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  34. Oh, she's beautiful! So peaceful. Thanks for sharing!

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