Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Unexpected 23 June 2016

Ventures: an undertaking involving uncertainty of the outcome.


We were returning from our early morning jaunt to the lake.
(for a half hour or so, the RG casts his line along the shore.
I wander around with my camera.)

As we approached our driveway, the RG stopped on the road. 
Right to our left, 
were a white-tailed doe and her fawn.

She took a long look at our big red truck
and then slowly moved forward behind some pine trees.

We drove slowly past our house knowing 
she would appear a little further up the road.

We weren't disappointed. There she was prancing along.
And wouldn't you just know . . .
the scene was complete with 'a fence'.






11 comments:

  1. What a beautiful animal! Deers are fascinating. Also a nice area and let us not forget: the fence. Thank you for sharing this today.

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  2. Hello, pretty shot of the deer and fence. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

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  3. oh, that's just beautiful. thank you, gayle. :)

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  4. awesome capture. she's a beauty... hope all is well. have a great day~

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  5. Perfect timing for a perfect shot.

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  6. Wonderful moment & great capture!

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  7. I had to laugh because this is exactly how I feel when I find a shot with a good fence in the background. I can go out three or four times hunting specifically for cool fence shots and not find anything. LOL! Great capture!

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  8. What a sweet thing to have seen and so special to capture her with the fence as well.

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  9. Beautiful capture Gayle. These unexpected moments are true treasures.

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  10. Oh my! You couldn't have gotten a better photo if you had planned it! How beautiful! Hugs, Diane

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