The natural world around me, both a few steps and a few miles, away.
It looks so cold there, Louise! The deer are so sweet, I don't know anyone could shoot them! I can't believe Winter just won't let go, it's time for Spring and green..........Have a good day!
Oh my goodness, they're all gorgeous!!! LOVE when you have deer to share with us! And that sweet mourning dove - I hope he/she stayed warm!
And those ears? Omg how beautiful!
oh my gosh what pretty expressive eyes...the deer are thanking you for feeding them. We heard your area got more snow yesterday and we hope it is your last for the winter.Hugs Madi and Mom
Oh, that little fawn is breathtakingly lovely! I love seeing your deer too.
They are all so pretty! I am starting to feel sorry for them now though as it looks so cold...come on spring!
great wildlife shots. their eyes are so soft. did you get hit by the big snow?
Nice pictures to warm the heart on a cold day!
Gorgeous faces!!! What an amazing place you live!Oh... I am so sorry that Hennessy has been gone these 15 years... What a beautiful lady... I have had big dogs (amazing dogs!) but can only imagine how having a horse who recognizes your face and response to you with such devotion and love can feel like. They are such magnificent creature...and so giving. I would have a very hard time with not being able to bring them into my house to live with me!Blessings for a very nice day!Ann
Those deer do indeed have such sweet innocent faces- you are lucky !having said that I`m glad the weather here is not as cold !
Hi Louise oh the hubby was only getting things in order to take to the accountant. LOL we don't do ours either..probably why we've been married 41 years.C
Hey Louise...I hope you are enjoying the same brilliant sunshine and blue skies we are experiencing at Skoog Farm! Could those deer be more beautiful?
Great deer shots. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada. PS Where are your redPolls?
Hi, Louise. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the comment about my dad and his medications. I appreciate it. He has just changed doctors. I need to visit with the new doctor to get her take on things. The previous Dr. is a specialist in Geriatric medicine and specializes in Alzheimer's and age-related dementia. I think a lot of her diagnosis was a result of comments made by my step mom - who has a tendency to dwell on situations to make her point. My dad has actually done quite well and held his own on the mini-mental exam - his score does not place him in the 'dementia' realm, so I was never quite sure whey the initial Dr. hung that label on him.
Those are "doe eyes" for real! I can't resist those faces!You asked about the ranch - it's my neighbor's property, and they raise calves every year. They're super conscientious about preserving the land, not over-grazing it etc. Their calves are purely grass-fed. We buy an entire beef from them every year and it feeds our dogs for a year!It is a different world out here! I'm from the east coast and it's taken a while for me to feel fully part of the culture but it's home now.
Wonderful deer pictures. It's snowing here too.
The dove is a beautiful shade and the deer...just love it!
Hi Louise. You can spread the birdseed on the ground and attract them where you want them. I've had up to about 150 at my own feeders and have hoaries as well as commons. Boom & Gary.
The photo with the mourning dove looks like a gorgeous work of art! I can never resist the deer faces!
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