Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Wordless Wednesday

It was a fine afternoon and we’re driving down the hill (few blocks from home) when we saw these 3 deers. They probably had lived the area long before the houses were built and it’s very amazing to see them around- meaning, the place still offers them no harm at all.




Shawie

16 Grateful Heart's Words:

Hagar's Daughter said...

serene...happy ww

ARCHITECT said...

ganda naman jan!
my entry is here

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Hootin' Anni said...

So peaceful!!!! And beautiful.

There is a creepy creature of the crypt 'hanging out at our place'...come over to see, if you dare! Happy Wednesday to you.

Sharon said...

What a special, beautiful sight. Happy WW.

Sharon

Cheri said...

My parents live on a country road and it's always cool to see the deer come into their backyard.

Psychic said...

Wonderful captures. Its a good thing to know that some animals are still "virgin" from human corruption. Thanks for sharing your photos

T and V Terpening said...

Love the pics. We have deer in our neck of the woods. They are fun to watch in the fields as they forage and frolic. Happy WW.

Lynne said...

The deer used to walk right up to our house when we live in Connecticut. We'd watch from the windows and never grew tired of it.

catsynth said...

Dear are incredibly robust. And the seem to do well in residential areas that have just enough woods. I grew up just north of New York City and we had tons of dear.

Nino said...

deer? in the OC? pretty cool to live near wildlife. thanks for sharing!

Shinade said...

Oh my this is a great WW. I love all of the shots.

When we lived in Maine we had dear come up to our house all the time.

This is a wonderful share.
Thanks!

http://shinade.blogspot.com/2008/10/wordless-wednesday-opal-of-time.html

Happy WW:-)

Shawie said...

thanks guys for dropping by:)
@nino: yap, we surely had deers around:)

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Wow, these are rare pictures indeed of actual shots with deers which are so wary of human presence. Even with the advent of zoom lens, taking their pictures is quite a feat in itself. Thanks for the rare photos. God bless you always.

the donG said...

it's good to know that they're freely living in that area. danger is they are most likely to be targeted by hunters.

MommaWannabe said...

Wow it is indeed serene to look at. I am hoping to create a serene environment too in where we are going to live in Palawan;)

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