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I rarely get a chance to have a camera ready when I see animals in the yard. This doe had a fawn hiding on the side, didn't see him till I stopped filming. She is helping me weed....LOL!
So Sweet!
Click on the photo to go to my Photobucket Smile

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Life is a great big canvas...throw all the paint on it you can.
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Always a special moment for sure! Do you keep your camera with you?


"Those that throw mud, lose ground!" :>)
 
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awwwwwww

That's me, almost never have the camera with me when a Kodak moment appears.


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My camera's battery was dead....Roll Eyes
so I rushed to get the video camera. It's zoomed to about 150feet.(sorry for the shaking) She saw me at the back door, but she wasn't worried.


Life is a great big canvas...throw all the paint on it you can.
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Not to steal your show my dear but here was my moment in my garden today>> As I looked the pic over I thought maybe this one just gave birth!?
This is the time of year for that sort of thing!
He/she had a lazy nap for the longest time! We'll see...


"Those that throw mud, lose ground!" :>)


 
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lucky you to see the deer. None here.
Cute Muddy!!


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Watching your deer was like being there right with you. Thank you for sharing your experience with us!!
 
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Muddy, great shot of that squirrel with his/her magnificent tail!
 
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Thanks ladies, I'm hoping she and her fawn stay around so I can get another glimpse of them.

Muddy your little friend might have babies hidden somewhere, would love to see them as they leave the nest.

Here's a photo of a mom that likes to nest near our pergola, she has one of three in tow. Smile

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Life is a great big canvas...throw all the paint on it you can.
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Love that one!!! Gardeners can't help but enjoy nature happening all around us!


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