From The Shore

Motor Man and I can say one thing with certainty: we never know what we’ll see when we look out our windows.

Saturday afternoon, I noticed a few deer in our yard, then noticed them heading toward the water.

We’ve rarely seen deer swimming, so thankfully, I was able to quickly put my camera in video mode. (sound on for a little Acker Bilk)

They certainly were not synchronized, but apparently somehow communicated with each other and decided to quickly return to shore.  Water temp is around 45 degrees right now, so I’m guessing it’s a little too chilly for a swim.

~These Days Of Mine~

13 responses to “From The Shore

  1. Wow amazing! Good job getting your phone to work!

  2. Aren’t you glad you were able to capture that sight! I’ve never seen deer swim but this “team” was obviously practicing for some kind of deer competition – they look in synch!


  3. AWESOME!!! I’ve never seen a herd swim – just the lone deer. Thank you for capturing the ‘performance’!

  4. Well, that is a first for me. I’ve never seen deer swimming. Of course, I don’t live beside a body of water either but still…. Great capture, Dianna!

  5. Wonderful record of the herd swimming! Rather reminds me of wildlife films. Thank you!

  6. Sometime we witnessed amazing sights that God creates. I try to interpret this into a message. I think this message is ” we can sink or swim together”

  7. Directing music videos again, huh ? ; )

  8. That is so amazing Dianna! Thanks so much for sharing. You are becoming a Nat’l Geo cinematographer!

  9. I’ve never seen a deer swimming. I love your wonderful video. Thanks for the smiles.

  10. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Just amazing, Dianna! I too have never seem deer swimming, Great job on the video.

  11. As chilly and windy as it was yesterday, I hope you had warm towels waiting!!!

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