Saturday

Deerfield Trail


Aptly named Deerfield trail....this little Fawn
jumped out in front of me while I was walking alongI have to admit to being a little nervous because I wondered if
Mom would jump out too!

It is a paved trail that is absolutely Gorgeous! 
We lived here 8 years before finding this trail

One of my favorite places to walk, Winter, Summer Spring or Fall!

15 comments:

DeeMom said...

Lovely

NCmountainwoman said...

Don't you just love it when you find a little bit of Eden that you never knew about? It looks like a wonderful place to walk and bird.

Great photos.

granmal said...

That is a beautiful trail- aren't you glad you finally discovered it.
Great photo moment with the little fawn. I love you hummingbird below too.

'JoAnn's-D-Eyes'NL said...

wow i saw only some deer like this on holidayin south africa.. welldone, great shot

thanks for your sweet words the other day kerry!

greetings, joann from holland
have a happy weekend!

Dick said...

Oh that's a beautiful trail, I think I would like to go there every day.

happyone said...

Great shots of the deer and what a wonderful trail you have discovered. I would love to walk there. Look forward to seeing the butterfly pictures.
Enjoy your Sunday.

June said...

What a scout I have in you! Where is this trail? How long is it? Isn't it funny how we can live somewhere for years and still not know it completely? I had that experience in Florida this past winter.

Mary said...

Beautiful little fawn! How wonderful to get all those good pictures of it.

Ms. Math said...

That trail looks WONDERFUL! I'm so glad you found it! These photos are great and I can't wait to see more from this path!

Lara said...

amazing! a blessing for a photographer!

Willard said...

Kerri,
I am glad you had the encounter with the deer. I left an answer to your question on my blog, but in case you didn't go back-I guess it's possible for a doe to become hostile, but it is so unlikely as to not be a matter for concern. One would be far more likely to be injured by a falling limb, etc. If you did see her, she would be likely to snort and run, unless she is used to humans in which case she would probably ignore you.

In short it is safe to photograph the fawn and go on your way. It would be possible if someone tried to pick the fawn up and it started screaming that the doe would appear and be ready for battle, but other than that there is little to no likelihood of a problem. I have never been threatened by a doe in a lifetime of dealing with deer-often on a very close basis.

That is a beautiful area. I like all of the material you posted on it. I hope you are able to return frequently and share your experiences with us.

Old Wom Tigley said...

This looks like a perfect place Kerri. I hope each visit is better than the last.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I can't believe how many butterflies and insects you saw on this walk. Incredible!

CG said...

A great discovery. Fancy discovering such a great place so close!!

Paulie said...

Glad you found the trail -- we have lots of paved trails in this town and I love them! I think I am going to try to go for an extended walk on Saturday.

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