Showing posts with label fawns. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fawns. Show all posts

Monday, August 12, 2019

Fawns On A Summer Evening ...

“In all things of nature, there is something of the marvelous.”
         ~ Aristotle
            ~ 384-322 B.C.
It’s always the sweetest sight of summer to see a white-tailed deer fawn, and to see two together is twice the joy!

I captured this shot of brother and sister twin white-spotted fawns on a gorgeous early July evening the park, as sunset was looming and their mama doe stood close by.

The fawn on the left I call Buttons, as I’ve been photographing him since he was a precious fawn, then a sweet button buck and now a beautiful yearling, tossing him many apples, which he loves eating, along the way. His twin sister is with him in this image, though she is usually a bit more shy about posing for the camera.

It’s a true joy and blessing to me personally and as a photographer to watch this these sweet fawns grow.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Here We Come ...

"Here we come ... we're the young generation,
and we've got something to say ..."
                          ~ "Theme from The Monkees"

A whimsical view of two adorable white-tailed deer
fawns as they ran out of the thicket to greet a June
sunset just off the Ironton Rail Trail, North Whitehall
Township, Pennsylvania.