A Break in the Cold Snap – continued

After leaving the Deer back at the reception area I wandered down one of the paths into the woods.  I rounded a corner and saw more Deer at the bird hide (where they are bird feeders).  There were about 5 or 6 of them, but these ones did not make it easy for me to get pictures.  I’ll show you some of the misses as well as the only one that turned out ok.  🙂

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Then we have a couple more scenic pictures before I managed to find another one that reluctantly let me take another picture, followed by some more misses.

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Just notice how beautifully the twigs and branches are in focus in these pictures.  🙂

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I saw a beautiful Bald Eagle fly overhead while I was with these deer, but in the trees, there just wasn’t time to even try to get a picture of him.

Then we have a couple more scenic pictures.

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Then I snapped this one of the Deer, knowing she wouldn’t stay long enough for me to zoom properly

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This was the same deer after I zoomed.  She is looking nervous here and was gone before I could take another.

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Last, but not least for the day, I have a baby Christmas tree.  I should have marked the spot, so I can watch it grow over the next few years.  🙂  But – I didn’t.

I still have more pictures to show you tomorrow – so – to be continued.  🙂