I'm not going to give you a big story today. Instead, after checking the poll results so far, I'm going to give you extra photos this time. Each one of these photos has a fawn(baby deer) in it. They're all doing what fawns do when they're let loose to play in a meadow. I'll tell what they're doing, with a short description under each photo. Let me know what you think.
This first fawn appears to be smelling the flowers, but I suspect he is really looking for a tasty little snack.
This fawn's mouth is open because it is in the middle of chewing its breakfast. It is leasurely walking to the next place it thinks something might taste good.
The fawn in the middle of the picture is curiously watching me, trying to figure out what I'm doing. They kept checking me out every few seconds. The one on the left and behind it is having fun running and playing. They were not at all afraid of me.
Here is a good close up of one of the fawns. It is standing right at the edge of the forest. I really love looking at the spots on their backs, and the other little details that I never noticed before.
Here's a shot from a little farther away. This fawn is walking to catch up to its mother, where she is watching me to make sure I don't try anything.
Here's the first fawn again. It looked up at me from its flower. Doesn't that face just look so innocent?
And there it goes! It must have decided it was too close to me and not close enough to its mom. The fawn isn't running very fast. It's only a slow trot. This is a good view that shows why these are called white-tailed deer.
This is the most different post I have ever done for a Friday. What do you think?