Doe and fawn


Despite what my blog might look like, I have been out there snapping away in the fading days of summer. We were looking for our destination when we drove up alongside these two plus a buck. The doe was no more than 10 feet from the car and they stayed for quite a while, giving me great photo opportunities. In another month or so, the fawn will start to lose its spots and leave mom for good. A little after that, the rut will start and the buck will start chasing after the ladies.


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