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What's At The Bottom.................

By KarenFB
..............Of Your Garden?

At the bottom of mine were these two Roe Deer! They were munching away on the ivy that grows over the fence!

I spotted a head from the sitting room, so dashed up to the bedroom with the camera. Took a few images through the window, but decided the glass wasn't that clean, so slowly opened it. They couldn't have cared less! After a while they decided to move on, it was then I realised the one on the left had hurt its back leg and was only running on three!

I don't usually get to see them so clearly, usually they are off at the slightest movement/sound! I enjoyed their company, I hope you do too!

Tags: Deer Roe deer Wildlife and nature

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CarolG Plus
10 198 19 Greece
20 Jan 2013 9:25AM
What a wonderful find in your garden, Karen, though you might be losing some of your shrubs now that they have discovered it's a good place to come and feast Grin Super captures. Carol

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what a beautiful scene well done.

billy
SlowSong Plus
8 6.6k 29 England
20 Jan 2013 12:09PM
What beautiful things to have at the bottom of your garden. Smile
I hope it's poor leg gets better.
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RachelMB 10 42 10 England
20 Jan 2013 3:09PM
Wow! Smile
20 Jan 2013 5:22PM
Splendid capture here you are so lucky to have and see these in the garden, it must be hard for them to find food in this snow.

Gary
tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
20 Jan 2013 5:33PM
Wonderful to have these visitors, so closeTongue

Perhaps only a sprain caused by the hard ground

Adrian
justin c 13 4.8k 36 England
20 Jan 2013 6:51PM
A great encounter and it must be very exciting to have them in your garden Smile. They're probably searching for your roses (a favourite food) under all that snow.

Justin
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
20 Jan 2013 7:00PM
Thanks everyone! Grin

Justin: They regularly come to the 'garden' bit - we have no fences as such, so our 'garden' sort of sprawls into the rest of the farm!! Smile As for rose bushes, I only have one (I'm not a very good gardener) and that one looks dead! I have seen them taking great chunks out of the Hebes though!
Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
20 Jan 2013 7:45PM
How lucky you are Karen,
the farmer across from me has fenced off everything
so no deer or badgers now...unless met by a car
a lovely shot
Lillian
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
21 Jan 2013 6:56AM
Thanks Lillian! Grin
Brian65 7 2 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2013 3:54PM
Cracking shot Karen, you so lucky to get so close.
Brian
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
22 Jan 2013 5:28AM
Thank you everyone for the c&c's! Smile
Gerryrys 4 1 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2013 3:33PM
Great spot Karen. Well captured.

Gerry
basith 4 7 Sri Lanka
22 Jan 2013 6:27PM
Wonderful capture & well spotted....
Very nice.........

Basith
23 Jan 2013 12:39PM
What a fantastic opportunity - you were truly blessed great shotSmile
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
25 Jan 2013 7:05AM
Thank you everyone! Smile
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
26 Jan 2013 1:22PM
A wonderful opportunistic capture Karen, I hope they did not do too much damage to the shrubs and plants in your garden!
27 Jan 2013 10:45AM
Great shot
Effrossini
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
27 Jan 2013 10:46AM
Thank you! Smile
JohnoP 11 2
27 Jan 2013 5:50PM
Indeed - how lucky are you! What an opportunity! John
User_Removed 6 48 1 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2013 10:19AM
Super capture, you lucky so and so.Grin.
Alf.
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
10 Feb 2013 1:13PM
Thank you! Grin
10 Feb 2013 1:56PM
I love this picture so much! Smile
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
10 Feb 2013 3:10PM
Thank you Eloise! Grin
14 Feb 2013 10:35AM
What a beautiful scene you have captured Karen,well done..Lin

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