Windowpane Wednesday: Little Buck

I’ve written here many times about my love/hate relationship with the deer who frequent our yard.

It’s so very annoying when they destroy plants that I thought I had protected.

But, then…

It’s rare that we’ve seen a buck here, so I must admit that I am enjoying this little guy visiting…..so far.  In the above picture, he IS munching on “that ol’ moss”, but I have enough of that to share, so….

And must admit that I am in love with those sweet little antlers.

~These Days Of Mine~

10 responses to “Windowpane Wednesday: Little Buck

  1. I enjoy watching the antlers grow too……when they no longer visit I always hope they have started their own harem somewhere else vs. having fallen victim to a hunter who wants that rack. I guess “that ole moss” tastes pretty refreshing!

    Pam

  2. Oh, wow on two counts!
    Cannot imagine eating, that ‘Ol moss.
    But like you, those velvet covered horns are sweetly charming.
    .

  3. Yep – that is very cool ….

  4. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    What a great picture but sorry it is in your beautiful garden.

  5. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Love the picture just sorry it is in your beautiful garden.

  6. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Love the picture just sorry it in your beautiful garden.

  7. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Love the picture just sorry it is in your beautiful garden

  8. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Love the picture just sorry it is in your lovely garden.

  9. I agree that the best word phrase to describe these little pests/visitors is love/hate. I love seeing them and hate seeing the destruction on my ‘salad bar’. Cute horns though.

  10. Oh my gosh, the antlers are sweet and look so soft! Would be easier to forgive the garden nibbles for a little while…

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