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Old Jul 24, 2006, 5:55 PM   #1
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Lunch In The Woods (Not a Picnic)

I found twin fawns out exploring while mom was about 50 yards away
eating. As soon as she realized they were out of the bed she came back
and rounded them up. They had a little lunch then mom took them back to
their bed and all three laid down.

MOM LEFT TO GO HAVE LUNCH " LET'S EXPLORE"

Brave explorer #1



Brave explorer #2


Good news mom is back lets have lunch.


On the way back home there is time for a quick stop and a snack.
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Old Jul 24, 2006, 9:23 PM   #2
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What a nice set of pictures. Don't think I have seen pictures of so young deer.......and to think some people like hunting with guns!

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Old Jul 24, 2006, 9:53 PM   #3
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Fred thanks for looking and commenting. I have a lot of fun watching wildlife babies. Just like little kids they manage to do everything wrong.

I am trying to get my act together to try and find the wild horses and their colts. The colts are old enough that they should be full of energy and driving their Mom's nuts. I need a couple of days with no rain so I can 4 wheel drive into the area.

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Beautiful deer shots. The one with the young ones by their mother's side is particularly well done. Look forward to seeing more wild babies!
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Nice capture series. It is great to your wild life photos. These are quite dear.

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Old Jul 25, 2006, 3:50 PM   #6
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Lovely pictures Roger but spoiled by the blue frame...why not try a different colour frame...or no frame?
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Old Jul 25, 2006, 4:09 PM   #7
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The blue frame with my logo is what I use for my Camera Hunts web sites. The prints that we sell are double matted white with a choice of inside color of green, brown or blue and no logo.

The photos I post are the same ones I put on my Camera Hunts web sites. I put them on the web site and then link to them for the discussion board. I don't have the time to do seperate photos one for my web sites and 1 for the discussion boards. Because I have them on the web site it allows me to share them with you all and be able to do it with out a lot of additional work.

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