Saturday, February 06, 2010

an average number of deer for photo hunter



It is about this time of year when I start seeing groups of deer rather than singly. Two nights ago I took a drive around the block and saw these four, shown above, ( an average number in a sighting) by the senior citizens hall. There is most always a group about a mile up the road near a farm where we counted 12 a week or so ago. The deer tracks which crisscross our yard suggests that they move in groups rather than just a single one. The theme for photo hunter today is 'average' ( not the easiest theme. To check out more on photo hunter please click on the icon to the lower right of this page. My thoughts are with those today experiencing a blizzard along yhe Atlantic coast.Wishing a good safe Saturday to all!

8 comments:

jams o donnell said...

What a delightful sight. Living in the suburbs of London, it is a sight I just don't see very often. Have a great weekend

Manang Kim said...

Deer is fun to see, don't like to see them shot or hit by a car. Love your shots here thanks for sharing!

Average critter Koi

marcia@joyismygoal said...

no number is average in my opinion:) What a nice sight

Carolina Victory said...

What a great sight. I saw deer tracks in the snow in my yard last weekend but didn't see the deer themselves.

Happy weekend. Love your take on this hard theme!

Annie
http://www.slowtrav.com/blog/annienc/

YTSL said...

Wow... that is definitely NOT a sight I'd regularly -- or ever! -- see in Hong Kong!!! :D

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

'Shooting' with the lens of your camera brings a smile to my face

healingmagichands said...

It wasn't that easy of a theme, was it? You did fine, though. What is the average gardener's reaction to those roving bands of deer?

http://healingmagichands.wordpress.com/2010/02/06/photohunt-average/

Bull Rhino said...

I wish that was average for us, I guess I've got to move even further out into the country.I really enjoyed your very above average take on this difficult theme.

Scott at World’s Best Photography Blog