Tuesday, 27 November 2018
Deer in the woods
I took this picture in Derbyshire, but I am blogging about an anecdote that happened recently on our way to Henley. When I say anecdote, it is almost nothing: we were on our way there, in a road boarded by hilly woodlands, the kind that makes you feel like you are in the Shire, when I saw two deer walking by, on the top of a slope, in the woods. They were not very big and had no antlers, from what I understand it might have been a doe and her fawn, but of course I might be wrong. It was only for a few seconds, unfortunately Wolfie could not see them, but it made my day.
Labels: chevreuil, deer, Derbyshire, forest, forêt, Henley-on-Thames
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we have deer everywhere here and i am right in the city. we have turkeys too!
Deer always make me nervous in case they run out in front of my vehicle on the highway. Moose, too.
I can understand how thst would make your day! A glimpse of nature can really set us back on track to what life is all about, beautiful photo, the deer have yarded up here as well for winter, safety in numbers!
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