Thursday, July 12, 2012

Get Ready To Say "Awe"

Are you ready for a smile?  Look who I saw in my backyard.




Have a wonderful day!
Welcome Home,
Penny

31 comments:

  1. What a sweet little fawn... You captured him so clear and well.

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  2. Awe...I would gladly forfeit my flower garden for such sweet visitors.

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  3. Great pix!! So very sweet, hard to imagine that something so lovely can do so much damage to a garden! I still enjoy watching them in my yard!

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  4. Ah! Oh my goodness. So precious.♥

    Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Awww! Look at that sweet baby! Have a wonderful day. Tammy

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  6. Awwwww....precious. You started the day on a perfect note! I live in Raleigh and we frequently get deer. I fear the overdevelopment is going to drive them all away.

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  7. They're so sweet with their little white spots. So cute.

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  8. Oh my goodness, if I were you I'd want to freeze that moment in time.

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  9. Oh how precious! Don't you just want to gather the little darling in your arms and give it a squeeze? I do!

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  10. Oh, that is sooooo sweet! It looks like Bambi! You have the best views.

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  11. So sweet, but don't want them in my yard. ;-)

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  12. I love this post. In the middle of a sort of stressful situation, it reminded me that if God can make something this sweet and beautiful, then surely, He is in control of my day!

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  13. so sweet and innocent. odd to me sometimes they folks can get a piece of paper that says its ok to shoot them, while so many cruel and guilty can walk free..
    sorry, right before I came to your post , I was reading the final result report of Penn State.

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  14. Well dear, although seeing all those Impala in Africa (and there are millions!) made me rather blasé about antelopes, I must admit I can still ooh and aah over your tiny and very sweet Bamb deeri!! Adorable baby and you really got great shots. Nature never ceases to thrill.

    Hugs - Mary

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  15. Next to foals, I think fawns are the cutest little things! You got some great photos of the fawn and her mama!!

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  16. Hi Penny, The fawn is precious. Loved your previous post about a split personality. What you need is two houses - problem solved. But I know what you mean. I wish I could start over with my house. Hope to see you soon. Will email.
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  17. AWE....

    I'm quite envious of your photography skills you know.

    Darla

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  18. That's IT !! I'm moving in with you :)

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  19. Awe!! Just beautiful Penny! Thanx for sharing!

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  20. Sweet baby! Such lovely photos, Penny. You are so lucky to be getting rain -- hot and dry as a bone here, but still humid and yucky :( I'm ready for fall already! Hope you have a great weekend, xo, Andrea

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  21. Oh my gosh....adorable. Beautiful pictures. I would just love to see that in my backyard....not everyday life in suburbia!!

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  22. Hi Penny, how darned gorgeous :o))
    Rose H
    x

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  23. Penny,

    This is so precious!! It just made my day!! Penny I met you last fall at Jen's event and was so happy to fall upon your Blog!! I will know be following you by email. I hope your having a wonderful morning!!

    Huggs, Nancy

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