I recently took the compost out to the future-garden-area, and spooked one of the three DLF (deer little friends) that often come to visit. The other two sauntered into the yard and the third rejoined them pretty soon - and they almost immediately began foraging on the azalea flowers
What does one do when confronted with cute deerlings eating pretty flowers? Well in my case, I grab a camera :+) the K-r and DA50-200 to be precise. I was standing about 20 feet away on the deck, and only received an occasional glance as I clicked away --
The flowers will be back next year - who can say about the deer? Just don't let me catch them in the blueberries, which is where that first one may have been munching!