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Wonderful shots of the deer — and I love the 2nd shot, with the tree stump that looks like a skeletal head!
‘the tree stump’ – That caught my eye my too 🙂
What lovely, peaceful images,Tish
And much to be treasured – ‘peaceful images’. Things are sounding haywire this morning on the news.
Ahh, it makes me happy to see these, Tish, especially as I’ve been inside packing (or taking things to Goodwill) all day. It’s raining here, so it wouldn’t be a good day for it anyway, which does help. 🙂
All the best with the packing and sorting, Janet.
So lovely. How I miss the countryside… Thank you Tish
We’re lucky to be in Shropshire. Happy to be able to share a bit of it.
Pretty…and the look so .
You’ve caught them in a lovely soft light, beautiful
It was such a good light that day. Back to rain and gloom again now. Ah well.
Wish I could send you some of our beautiful sunshine
I think that wish might have just reached us, Pauline. Sun today, and a row of sunny faces on the BBC weather chart for the next few days. Thank you! 🌻🌻🌻
Our temps are back into the 30’s. Summer has come back…🌞🌻
Going about their day without a care!
Watching them was very soothing, but then you well know that feeling, Dries.
Those are clearly very attractive and happy deer. They look deeply contented.
There have been deer in the park for as long as I can remember. The National Trust take great care of them since they took over the place.
Gorgeous pics Tish.
It was interesting to see deers, because see I reindeers in the nature. Thank you.
Have a good day!
How lovely to have reindeer to look at. The UK has a lot of deer, several sorts, even in quite suburban areas, though most people don’t know it (unless their gardens get ravaged of course) as they tend make themselves scarce during daylight hours.
Their bottoms look similar to impala bums – MacDonalds arches.
An interesting descriptor, Ian, McDonalds arches. They rather behave like impala too, all clustering together.
They are lovely aren’t they? The light on the 3rd and 4th photos is fabulous.
So very beautifully captured!
Thank you 🙂
Is this near you! I think I could stand and watch them for hours. So beautiful.
It’s a ten-minute drive from us, so yes, one of our favourite places.
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Cheers, Pete. Hope you are well!