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Roe Deer at rest in a dense thicket.They thought I couldn’t see them I nearly didn’t.I only saw one as I took the shot.Didn’t see the other until I processed it
roe deer, hind, finlandrigg woods, cumbria
I am a seeker. But you shouldn’t read to much into that.We all seek something.If you think I look familiar,you may be right.
lol at the title and congrats to your capture of this shy creature. must have been a thrilling encounter.i wish you a very happy new year.
That’s very clever of you to get the title.It was indeed thrilling and although I had my small friend with me,she missed them completely.And a happy new year to you too. This year I am getting closer to nature..lol
i could see it in the troubled expression of the seal that your furry friend must have been near.and in this moment here, i guess your friend was more worried about sharing the benefits of your luncheon packet…
No,this time she had her head half way down a badger sett nearby. Happily she came out with her head intact but her nostrils full of dirt.And I am most careful with whom or what I share my lunch packet.LOLThe beach one,it was too windy for her liking.She could only just stand up,never mind chase seals.
I too was wondering where that small friend was… how did she smell when she withdrew from that badger sett? As for the Bad (reeking) pun, the lowest form of wit continues to be one of my favorites. As is this photo.
Fortunately the badger wasn’t at home.She smelled earthy.LOL
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