We didn’t do anything!

Just about every year we have a set of twin fawns prancing, galloping and eating their way through our yard.  They ARE so cute!  But, just like with their adult counterparts, I really don’t like them eating the plants!  

It is so much fun to watch them.  I’ll see them when I pull in the driveway, and put the car in park.  They are unafraid of anything at this young age.  They will dance and run around the car, chasing each other!  They stop to look at me in the window and then take off after each other again!  It’s like having a couple of young children running around!

When I took this photo, my husband and I were both outside working in the garden.  All of a sudden they were near us.  I got my camera and they came closer.  They were about 15 feet from me when I snapped the shutter.  I think they have the look on their faces like: “WHO US?  NAW.  We didn’t do it!  We didn’t chew the plants!”  Soon their mom “called” and they ran off into the woods, white tails bouncing behind them, and were gone until the next time.

4 thoughts on “We didn’t do anything!

  1. Aren’t they the cutest fawns ? I LOVE baby animals ! They are too cute !
    I also have deers in my backyard but only in winter and they eat the cedar hedge… I saw up to 12 deers in my backyard one night.
    It’s so true, they have that look on their face, “it’s not us !” So funny !
    It’s a beautiful photo.

    • Yes, they want us to believe they are innocent, but we know better! They love to eat my hydrangeas. grrr. But we are lucky. We have friends who could never keep any kind of shrub or flower on their property. Every one of them was eaten by the deer. They finally gave up and stopped planting.

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