Doe, Fawn, and “K” stories voting reminder and stuff

The “K” stories voting window will close sometime Tuesday (14 days window). You can wait until then, but to be safe and ensure your vote is counted, you should probably vote for your favorite “Alphabet Challenge K-Stories” HERE<<<This Is A Link by the end of tomorrow (Monday).

Clicking on the above link will take you to the post with the poll where you can cast your vote. The post also contains links to the individual stories. After voting, readers can — if so moved — spread the news about the story to friends and family. Or, not. But, we hope for yes.

So . . . Doe and Fawn . . . we’ve had a doe and fan hanging around the yard last week. We saw them a number of times and I was lucky to see them out my office window.

Unfortunately, I’m shooting with them in the shade and through a window and screen. Still, with a little manipulation, the photos are passable.

The photos can be seen full-size in the SmugMug Gallery HERE.<<<This is a link You can also click on the individual photos for a larger version in a new tab or window. Again, the originals are very noisy and so are the processed photos.

The doe noticed me opening the blinds, so she kept an eye on the window.

. . . the fawn was oblivious . . .

He’s a cutie, he is . . .

This next shot is right before they headed across the road (I was too late going out, and missed a photo without the screen) . . .

But, the reason I waited to head outside was because I shot this video . . .

I’ll pull a few stills from it and see if they are any good.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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Odd guy with odd views living an odd life during odd times.
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6 Responses to Doe, Fawn, and “K” stories voting reminder and stuff

  1. Ggreybeard says:

    Nice shots and video, despite the glass.
    Looks like you have a stream in full flood.

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    • disperser says:

      Thank you, Ggreybeard.

      And, yes, that’s a drainage ditch to the side of the house. As I mentioned, it had been raining on and off, and sometimes pretty hard.

      The ditch drains a number of property to our West and continues well to our East, joining progressively larger channels and eventually empties off the Louisiana coast and into the Gulf of Mexico. Because the ground is pretty flat upstream of that location, when it gets there (and further down) the water starts picking up speed. It’s rarely above what you see, and that’s moving fast because it narrows right there and drops in elevation.

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  2. AnnMarie says:

    Great photos and excellent video! Thanks for sharing the sweetness of this doe and fawn.

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    • disperser says:

      Thanks, Ann. I worry about the fawn because it runs around without checking if there are cars and there are always idiots who drive too fast in the neighborhood.

      . . . another reason I think automated machine guns would be an excellent method of enforcement of the speed limit . . .

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  3. OH! What beautiful photos and video of such amazing creatures! They are dears!
    Thank you for sharing them with us! They are joy-bringers!
    (((HUGS)))

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