There's a brand new house across the street for sale.They better sell it quickbefore all the landscaping is gone!Have a Happy Friday!
P.S. For those who asked below,"Spring in a TinCan" was purchased atone of our local drugstores, Pharmasave!
What a cutie! It looks like she's eaten a lot of the shrub already!
Are they not the most gorgeous animals. I see them all the time when I travel the back roads to cat-sit. Thank you for sharing that. Have a great weekend. Deb
This brought a big smile :0) Have a beautiful weekend xxx
How cute! I have never seen a wild deer, it must be so cool!:)
Oh what a CUTE capture!!
I had six or seven in the yard a couple of nights ago ...
Love this image...my parents have many many deer visiting them all the time. We counted 12 the other day. They do like to nibble on my mom's spring flowers but my mom is so good about it...she just loves the deer. xoxo
Uh oh. People I know that have a deer problem hate them! I guess they do a lot of damage to landscaping. We went to visit friends not too long ago, and when we pulled up in the driveway and a deer nearly hit us. He was nibbling on their shrubs and panicked when he saw the car. Gees, it was scary!
That's a great photo of a beautiful deer!...Hope you have a fun weekend=Happy Spring!!
Oh my...he's having quite the munch! Deer are so cute, but they do so much damage.
The deer --like so many other critters, will eat most anything when they are hungry... We spray something called Liquid Fence every month in our yard --which keeps the deer from eating our flowers/plants, etc. Now--our newest problem is the Squirrels eating all of the Rhododendron buds off of our gorgeous Rhododendron bush... It's always something. I'll admit that it does get very frustrating.Hugs,Betsy
Looks almost like curb service!
Have a happy Friday too, dear deer. And a wonderful happy weekend off course, sweet Cahterine! xo
Have a great Friday, Catherine! That's just a precious pic... lucky you, lovely wildlife so close!
Cute photo! That shrub was probably 5 feet tall a few weeks ago! Around here they put fencing around the plants which to me looks worst than a half eaten plant. But maybe that's because I'm more concerned about the deer than the plants. :D
Love deer, but you have to learn what you can and can't plant or you'll be very disappointed! They loved our agapanthus!
I have seen deer photos, but you manage to turn a deer photo into a wonderful beautiful artsy photo!
Happy Spring - I love seeing deer in unexpected places!
A deer in your street Wow!!I wish I had ....... :)))Have a nice weekend(@^.^@)
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