Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Crazy Lady



Hey mom, look at the funny lady with the camera.  It looks like she's trying to sneak up on us, but she's making an awful lot of noise.




Come on, my dears (or should that be deers?), let's move away from the crazy lady.




Tails up to you, crazy lady!




Do you think she will follow us into the trees?!

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Be sure to click on the pictures to enlarge them.  Yes they are pests, and they eat my garden, but heck, they're just so cute!

36 comments:

  1. Great pics girl! There is just something so beautiful about seeing a deer...I would have taken pics too! lol Have a great day!

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  2. What awesome pics! The deer around here are too fast for me to even try to snap a pic of them! Too cute!

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  3. It's almost as if they were posing for you! They are very cute......

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  4. I can't even imagine such a sight from my home. They are beautiful pests. ;-)

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  5. cool to know you can click on your photos to enlarge them! I forget that!

    Great photos. I'm still waiting to see baby deer in my back yard. None yet. Darnitall!

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  6. Wow, great photos, Mary! We don't have deer around our house so it's always a treat to see them.

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  7. aahhh so sweet.
    i just love deer.
    so cute.
    oxoxo,
    jessi

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  8. It's a shame they are such a nuisance because they are so darn cute!

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  9. How wonderful! I would never tire of watching them..... except perhaps when they were catching a bit to eat in my garden :-)

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  10. Hi Mary,

    There seems to be quite a few sets of twins this year! We have two sets that visit us often (at the same time) and I saw another pair down in Pottersville last week! I never tire of looking at them...even though they came right up to the front porch and ate all the flowers!

    Annie

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  11. They are so beautiful. I wish I lived where there were deer. I did once when I lived in Washington State...they used to walk into our backyard. And even though they eat the plants I still love them.

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  12. Oh, they are AMAZING ...both the deer AND the photos. You continue to blow me away with your talents with your camera, sweet Mary.
    love, bj

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  13. Those are great photos! Twins, I don't see that often around here. I love to watch them run, like they have springs for legs. Over fences with an effortless hop.
    Marnie

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  14. Great shots, Mary!!!! I love them!

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  15. Oh Mary,

    These pictures are awesome. They are such beautiful animals.

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  16. Beautiful shots, Mary! Those are such pretty creatures. I dont' know how those mean men shoot them.

    Rhoda

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  17. Mary,
    Those pictures are wonderful! I can understand they are pests, but oh, what a beautiful creature.

    Michelle

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  18. Okay I'm jealous....we only have skunks in our yard it would seem! LOL...They do look awfully cute :o)
    ~Des

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  19. If I were to see that in my neighborhood I would literally fall over! I often wish to live someplace such as that though. sigh* Beautiful.

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  20. Oh how wonderful. Yes they're pests, but they are just the cutest pests around. Great shots.
    I often think all my animals think I'm a crazy lady.

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  21. Wow - great photos Mary! I don't like to see them that close to my yard for sure!

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  22. As always - great pictures Mary!! How do you have such pretty flowers to take pictures of when the deer are around your house like that - we wonder!!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Karla & Karrie

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  23. don't you just want to be a fawn for a little while? with spots on your back and frolicing (sp) with your mom through the garden? running with your mouth open and fluttering your ears? with a FLY on your back? great snaps!jkj

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  24. Great pictures. The "dears" are adorable.

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  25. How cute Mary! I can't get over the fact that you have deers right in your yard like that! I can't even imagine that!

    Hugs,
    Dena

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  26. Oh, they are so beautiful! We never see them where we are, so it's hard to think of them as pests! They are all Bambi's to me!

    Love your blog! It's our first visit!

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  27. BEAUTIFUL!! When I lived in CO we would see deer everywhere...now that I am in WA I have only seen one in the past 2 years.
    Hugs,
    robin

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  28. Amazing !!!

    Kathy :)

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  29. Oh my dear (deer): At first I thought these were statues, but then they MOVED! And when I cliked to enlarge...WOW...could see every beautiful detail. Perhaps they believe that being so darn cute totally outweighs the fact that they eat gardens...same with bunnies...an evolution technique? LOL

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  30. Just wonderful captures Mary! We know we have some deer and yes, they have been eating some of my plants but they come late at night and I never see them!
    Your photos are wonderful!

    Love,
    Sue

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  31. Oh my gosh - what fantastic photographs!! I love your posts!...Donna

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  32. They are soooooooooo beautiful! You got some wonderful pictures!!!

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  33. Here's a tip to keep the deer away from your garden...

    Strategically place bars of Irish Spring soap in areas that you want the deer to avoid. Put the soap in old nylon knee highs, and tie to a post. The deer hate the smell and will stay away.

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