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Old Jul 21, 2012, 11:29 PM   #1
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Default A couple from this morning

From my Morning Walk
First Mom and Twins
2nd Bambi hiding in the woods

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Hey! They look like the ones in my front yard!! heheheheh
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Good captures, Fred. Number one is so cute, it could be an illustration in a child's nature book of animals.
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They are fun to watch, good shots
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Hey Gary. They do look like on ones from your front yard.

Thank you Steven and Eric

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Good captures, Fred. Number one is so cute, it could be an illustration in a child's nature book of animals.
Interesting. You are right . Thank you
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Nice place for the shots, you did a nice job there Fred.

Ours are getting so tame now they even lay down and rest under the deck waiting for the next meal. And my visiting grandkids don't disappoint.
One even came over to sniff at my croquet ball last night but turned her nose up at it.
We were playing "Jungle Croquet" no stuffy rules for us.
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Nice place for the shots, you did a nice job there Fred.

Ours are getting so tame now they even lay down and rest under the deck waiting for the next meal. And my visiting grandkids don't disappoint.
One even came over to sniff at my croquet ball last night but turned her nose up at it.
We were playing "Jungle Croquet" no stuffy rules for us.
Thank you Ken

The Does here, you can Walk within 10 '
unless they have young ones. Then if you get lucky 100'
I was lucky to get that shot so close.
shot at 300 mm.
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