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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Oh Deer, Oh Deer, Oh Deer, Oh Deer

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36 comments:

Skittles said...

What a gorgeous photo.. and the title of the post is so fitting. :)

Debbie said...

Long time overdue Ms. Carletta! Why do your photos make me want to cry? Because they are so beautiful they bring tears to my eyes. I'm obviously missing a lot in my life and you show it to me with these.

Thank you so much!

T said...

Very beautiful Photo!

Carla said...

WOW!

Reader Wil said...

You are a lucky girl to meet so many deer! I envy you! what elegant animals they are! Great shot!

the daily said...

wonderful shots...

My entry for CC this week : in HERE. Hope you have time to visit . Thanks

jenn said...

Beautiful deer.

Dina said...

Is there any animal more dainty yet powerful, more beautiful than deer like these?? How lovely!

twobarkingdogs said...

how lovely! just stay away from my shrubs!!

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Wow, this is a lovely shot! They look so soft and gentle.

Tink *~*~* said...

Oh Carletta! Are these from your yard? They look well-fed and healthy, for the middle of winter. And look at those faces!

Tink *~*~*
Now Playing at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* :
The unfortunately named peacock at Disney and Busch Gardens

fishing guy said...

Carletta: Wonderful capture of the deer in the snow.

Snap said...

I love deer (my totem animal -- I better love them!) Thank you so much. This picture is just beautiful (as is your music).

G. Crappy said...

Oh dear!! Awesomeness times four!

Rose said...

Great title, and nice picture.

Carolina said...

Yep, I agree with Rose ;-)

sandy said...

breathtaking

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Carletta, Carletta, Carletta. These are such beautiful, graceful animals. ;-)

Becky and Gary said...

They are SOOO beautiful and SOOOOO soft.
B.

Willard said...

They are certainly beautiful. I like how alert they are and how the beautiful background complements them.

Bruce said...

Wow, those deer are so pretty:)

PJ said...

They're beautiful, Carletta. How lucky to get this shot.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Those are beautiful deers, yours has a red to them when ours are gray and called white tails

Raven said...

Beautiful shot. You got your snow, I see. I'm so looking forward to having mine melt. This new site really shows your photos wonderfully.

Denise said...

Such a pretty photograph. I'm glad they stayed around long enough for you to take that great shot.

Dianne said...

oh wow! oh wow! oh wow!

stunning!! and all but one is looking right at you

Staci said...

Love this picture (and the rest of them too)! Thanks for sharing it!

Janice Thomson said...

What sweet adorable faces with those big brown eyes...love this.

floreta said...

aww i like deer. this is a good capture of them! i know that look..

Tootie said...

What sweet faces they have. It looks like they are quite happy to see you. :-)

George said...

What a great shot. The two in front are posing so nicely for you.

Judy said...

they are posed so nicely!! wonderful of them to wait for you to focus the camera!!

ROSIDAH said...

I love deers, I love snow... What a lovely photo. It made me sigh at its wonderful sight. Best wishes :)

Mary said...

And very beautiful "oh deer" they are :-)

Mojo said...

"The fellas are all down at the lodge".

The expressions on their faces just crack me up! I can hear the chatter in my head... "Can you believe she's wearing that?" They're just hilarious.

Great shot!

Terry said...

dear carletta,
oh i just KNEW if i searched enough, i would find a deer and here in all their splendour are four of them.
oh what a beautiful sight!
we have lots of them here in ontario and every deer hunting season, it just grieves my heart.
so much hunting of them.
i know of one very cruel hunter who leaves corn and salt at a certain site where the deer come to eat during the year and trust the safety and comfort so much that when they come at deer hunting season the cruel man shoots them while they are eating.
i think carletta that there should be a law against it!
of course i believe that if the hunters are trying to provide for their families, it is a different thing but to be just hunting for the sport of it to see how many deer head and antlers they can show off is just so wrong!

your deer here are so majestic..
you music divine!....love terry

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