Another quick post because I’m tired and need to get up early . . .
So, we were worried that something might have happened to the doe, but earlier we saw one of the fawns running toward the North side of our house. Odd that, because they are more likely to run away from the house.
It turned out the doe was there, and the other fawn was already getting some milk, and the runner didn’t want to miss out.
These shots are all through glass blinds, glass, and screen, so they are less-than-optimal . . . but, again, the Note 20 did a pretty good job. These are only lightly retouched in Lightroom. See what I did there? . . . lightly . . . Lightroom . . . ah, nevermind.
Anyway, they sat there for a bit and munched on some of the weeds next to the ditch. One of the fawns might have hit one of the hostas, but I couldn’t tell.
I’m just posting a quick gallery and I don’t advise SmugMug because of the poor quality of these, but they will be there.
Mainly, we were just glad the three are reunited. We’re theorizing the doe might have gone on a bender and enjoyed herself on Friday and Saturday night, but we don’t want to cast any aspersions on her character without solid proof.
I’m adding the fawn photos to THIS<<link SmugMug gallery, but realize that most are from the phone and the above size is probably the best size to view them at.
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