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Old Aug 28, 2011, 12:28 PM   #1
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Have not posted a fawn shot in awhile, one from last Sunday.


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Old Aug 28, 2011, 2:47 PM   #2
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Very Beautiful fawn JJ!!! Congrats
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Wow, lovely shot, so cute.
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Awww yes they are growing up great shot!
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Wow, what a cutie. Wonderful shot.
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Looks like they have plenty of food in the woods - nice update jj.
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Nice shot, I thought they were very timid animals, is thes one hand reared?
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Great shot jj, nice to see they are getting on ok

Are they still timid or are they accepting you as being ok ?
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Thank you Square One, Grounded, Banksy, Saly, Beli, Eysha and Catalex.

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Nice shot, I thought they were very timid animals, is thes one hand reared?
These are wild; I think they know I will not bother them.

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Just beautiful, well done JJ. Good to know you are still keeping an eye on the fawns.
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