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This is a discussion on Being watched within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I had a feeling I was being watched. I turned and fortunately I had my ...
I had a feeling I was being watched. I turned and fortunately I had my camera bag in hand. I got a couple of pics from a distance before the second one, that I didn't see, took off and this young one followed.
It must be spring. The ice is off the pond and snow is finally gone this week. I saw my first Hepatica in bloom and my first dandelion. Watched a piliated Woodpecker busy on a dead stump yesterday. This morning a wild turkey trotted in the back yard and now the deer.
ICE??? Boy I am sure glad you guys like that kind of weather - we're full up here in California. Cute deer, we get them around here (white tailed) - everyone hates them because they come right up and eat your plants. My folks get wild turkeys around their place - they are already doing the displays..
I don't mind winter. It can be beautiful but it is just way too long in this area. I would prefer 3 months of it but there are years it can come in Nov and leave in April.
How beautiful--is that your back yard? Wow!
(I would probably die in a New York winter.
Beautiful scene. Deer are pretty TASTY !!!!
A nice venison loin on the grill is always a good treat but I don't hunt, except with my camera. I usually get some venison from friends though.