One afternoon last week, Motor Man and I were going out, and noticed these deer in our side yard. I realize they could be girl deer (does), but for this post, we’ll call ’em guys.

And there was no doubt that they had noticed us.

 I had seen the one with the injured leg in our yard back in September. It makes me sad to know he’s hurt, but he’s apparently been successful- so far – in avoiding predators.  Hopefully our yard and the surrounding marsh grass will continue to provide him the protection he needs.

When I uploaded these pictures to the computer, I happened to notice that little guy on the right. He blended into the shrubbery so well in the first picture that he was easy to miss.  I cropped that photo and lightened it just a bit.

Revealed. Beautiful.

Maybe no longer camouflaged. But safe nonetheless.

8 responses to “Camouflaged

  1. You definitely live in your own zoo!!!

  2. And these are the guys who eat your plants, flowers, etc.!

  3. Looks like they’re checking out the new bulkhead and wondering where they’re going to put “their” garden? Great shots!

  4. How magnificient and so rare that you would get that close. I love these pictures. Send more!

  5. Great photos .. like I’ve always said : “Wild Kingdom”!!!

  6. Doris, it’s a love-hate relationship with me and the deer!

  7. Looks like maybe the one deer broke his leg and then it healed crooked? Amazing how nature perserveres. Thanks for the lovely pics. Deer are one of the prettiest animals, don’t you think?

  8. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Great pictures!!! The deer are beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing all your great shots.

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