Wildlife Wednesday: Playtime

Monday afternoon, something outside our bedroom window caught my eye.  I grabbed the camera and went out on the deck.

First, I took this still shot.

Then the action began. A group of about five or six deer (I lost count) were romping around in our side yard. I was especially happy to get video of the two of them “boxing”.

I left the sound as recorded, so you can hear the wind from a tropical disturbance off our coast.

 

Thankfully, my presence during their playtime didn’t bother them in the least. You’d think they were accustomed to seeing me with the camera.

~These Days Of Mine~

 

 

8 responses to “Wildlife Wednesday: Playtime

  1. This is great! Thinking they would be frightened of you, if you did NOT have your camera;) The boxing scene is fun and I love the fact that they make a stop at the “water fountain” when needed!

  2. Frisky critters! The wind must make them more playful. I love the water breaks also.

  3. Apparently, your house is the place to eat, play, and do photo shoots! 😉 So cute, when they’re not eating your plants!!

  4. So sweet!! They have really grown up.

  5. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    I love watching the deer play around in your yard. They know they are safe there. Thanks so much for sharing.

  6. something about a tropical breeze really got ’em goin’ !

  7. Beautiful photos.

  8. This is wonderful. I love watching reindeer games. I’m glad they trust you and continue with their antics while you film them. Way to go Girl!

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