Jan 30, 2011

Backyard Visitors

I came to clean up birdseeds
but what's that I hear?
whew ~ no danger ...
just that gal behind the camera
checking out all the new snow
maybe I should sneak out of here 
before I track up the whole yard!

10 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Oh, she's just beautiful! We don't get to see deer here (I've only seen one running on a remote back road one day but none here on our property).

Dar said...

nice, Cher, cute narration! We know they understand us. And we country gals understand them...
looks as tho you got more fluff.
Ours is on its way once again.
BlessYourHeart

DoanLegacy said...

That is up close and personal encounter! Fantastic captured!

~mel said...

Nice critter shot ~ and I really like the photo of the unblemished snow. There's just something special about a patch of fresh snow with no tracks of any kind in it that appeals to me. I know... I'm weird that way. lol

jack69 said...

Great photos and I love you ability to read critter's minds and do the narrative. It was probably something in the water as you grew up!!

Have a great week!!!

Remington said...

Deers ROCK!

Kathy said...

Great deer shots. We had a deer in our front meadow this a.m. but my pics are near as good as yours.

Re the goddess of the forest pic, I have no objection to you using it if you attribute it to me. Thanks for asking! ~ fkh ~ Nacogdoches County, Texas

WhatKarenSees said...

I wouldn't mind looking out at the snow, if I could see beautiful scenes like this. How lovely!

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Love it!!
Have a great day!
*hugs*deb

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