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. 🙂
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.
Just notice how beautifully the twigs and branches are in focus in these pictures. 🙂
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.
Then I snapped this one of the Deer, knowing she wouldn’t stay long enough for me to zoom properly
This was the same deer after I zoomed. She is looking nervous here and was gone before I could take another.
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. 🙂