visitors

9:23 AM
They came from here....



4 visitors from our woods, a rare siting for us. We were excited to imagine that they may be living behind our house.

10 comments:

Christine said...

They are so pretty. Sorry to say this but I am hoping to shot one of those this week. My hubby too!

Did I say sorry?....I meant yummy!

Hee hee...hope you get my humor!

Renee said...

Oh wonderful! I love the photos but most of all the scenery with your "visitors" there. Wow. We are supposed to have the same type of visitors in our new home area, let's hope. :-)

Journey of Truth said...

Beautiful pic of the fall trees! I love the deer. I've eaten venison before but it's not for me. They'd be lucky to live behind my house: when I own my own home, I'll have planted fruit trees!

Jennifer said...

My children would cut back flips if deer showed up in our yard!

We're hoping to buy a home soon, farther from town, and should get a few visitors ourselves, although mule deer are more common here in Washington than white tail.

Jennifer said...

My children would cut back flips if deer showed up in our yard!

We're hoping to buy a home soon, farther from town, and should get a few visitors ourselves, although mule deer are more common here in Washington than white tail.

Marilena said...

God's deer creatures are always welcome near my home:)

Tabatha said...

What an absolutely beautiful fall picture:) The deer are so beautiful but what struck me most is the fall leaves and changing trees. I miss that:) Everything here is just slowly starting to change. I just love the fall!

Laura O said...

Love the photos!

We have this kind of visitor *every* day in our yard, so it has become more common place. Hubby and older boys are in NY hoping to score a deer or two. Only hubby is shooting, the boys are learning through observation for now.

Lindsay said...

How lovely! My first thought was AW!

(chuckle) My second was, Good thing you haven't gotten around to that Victory Garden yet!

Jamie said...

We have the same thing in our backyard, it's beautiful and exciting to see them....but at the same time, they eat all our tulips, plants and birdseed in one visit and in the winter they leave lots of "droppings" in the snow where we play!! It is fun to see their footprints after a fresh snow though, see where they've been overnight!

beautiful pictures!

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