We get a few does at night now and then. Never bucks. He's beautiful.
Good Morning Sweetie...Oh what a beautiful share this morning. I absolutely love this buck. I too, am so thrilled he made it through deer season. Thank you so much for sharing him with me this morning. You are so lucky to be able to enjoy lifes nature out there where you live. Won't find that here in the desert.I have so enjoyed blogging with you this year. You have blessed my heart many times over. I look forward to 2011 my sweet friend.May God Bless You and your family with all of life's finest blessings this CHRISTmas season. Many hugs and SO much love, Sherry
Cool! We had a huge buck in our front yard one time. He was a sight to see.
There is just something about seeing 'wild' animals. We love when a deer comes by for a visit.
We've got one about the same size...Enjoy
Herogian is moaning and groaning. He wants to hunt deer (buck especially) sooooo bad. We are headed for the fields today to scout turkey. Hopefully we will see deer too.
Beautiful animal! I hope he made it through the season. Gerry
What a beautiful shot of that Buck. We also have seen several does but hardly any Bucks.Thanks for sharingHave yourself a great day.
I'm glad he got away too!Now if he'll just stay away from the automobiles!!!
Loved the pictures, sure prettier that my "lighted" deer...(altho I do like my "lighted deer"....smiles....Merry Christmas
What a magnificent creature, you're so fortunate to have one up so close. Love your Santa hat.
Aw....LOVE those deer! We saw a white deer up north a few months ago. Have a very blessed CHRISTmas, my sweet new sister in Christ! We are up to our ears in snow...how about you?
How wonderful to have the wildlife come right into your yard. We are close to the mountains but just far enough away that they do not get into our yard. Hope you have a very Merry Christmas and I want you to know that I truly enjoy blogging with you. Your blogger friend Carla
Granny,Such a picture of beauty...so innocent and trusting, although I'm well aware they can be destructive.Thanks so much for your thoughts and comments the last couple of blogs...they have not gone unnoticed, though it seems life has been busy and I've been MIA...hugs and again, thanks!
Yes, I love to see the bucks still alive. It takes both bucks and does to make the fawns. Saw two does dead along side the street right here in town. Lived through deer season, but lost the fight with traffic.Liz
I love the wildlife camera shots! I still remember seeing a really cute one of Mikey last year... and the snake one -- ohhh that was creepy.
I'm glad the buck made it too. We used to get deer around our home and at the farm I was surprised that some of the were not shy. Instead they would just glance at us and carry on.
I've been thinking about putting a geocache out in the woods with a wildlife camera nearby to see what would happen. I don't think that it would be near as interesting as your photos.
Yes he did!And you got some great shots, too!!
This is incredible. We have only seen deer on our property once. It was so exciting. Well, other than the neighbor calling to see if he could shoot them. Sheesh!