A mother’s concern
reaches out, touching my heart.
Don’t worry about me, mom
through this lens looking….
I am curiosity
with a camera
Your baby is safe! ~ms
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Thanks for the Like on my Post “Gifts From Nature” I have truly enjoyed checking out your blog-Steve
That’s a beautiful fawn.
Yes. Definitely beautiful…and a little more trusting then the mother deer, who had obviously had more experience with the human side of the world.
Thanks for the Like on my post too Mary – I love these photos.
Thanks Kirsty. There are a few deer that wander by my house from time to time, because my neighborhood is surrounded by protected park land (Civil War battlefield). I am lucky the deer stopped and let me take some photos.
Thanks for the compliment, Rick! If I ever come across that particular squirrel again, I will let her know. It will make her day.
very fragile but extremely beautiful
and your home near a park good
LOVE THIS!!!! What kind of camera do you have? Lens do you shoot with? If you don’t mind me asking… 🙂
Since it was a post from 2012, I was using the same camera that I used to take a photo of the moon.
I added the camera name at the end of that post and the setting that I used to capture the moon: Canon PowerShot SX40HS at ISO 100
The Canon PowerShot SX40hs is basically a point and shoot camera with a zoom lens (some people call that a ‘bridge’ camera).
I still have it (It’s a 2011 camera, so it cost me about $325 in 2012). There is a very cute video (by a handsome man) online, posted 8 years ago.
It shows the capability of the camera. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=Zxg88Q7BY-o&feature=emb_logo
I am sure by now, there are probably more advanced cameras….but I still love this one.
One day, I will look for a newer camera I guess. 🙂