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Yikes, that would kind of be a shock. Great shot. Apparently they didn't much care if you were around. How cool. Love you back little chicken. Have a great day. :)
I would love such art in my garden... hope they don't eat up my plants. :)
The deer do that at my folks' place. They've started referring to "their" herd.
LOL! I read the post title and so I thought they were fake, but they looked really real! That's so cool that they are real and were right in the backyard! LOVE IT!
My aunt lives in Loveland, CO, and sees this all the time! It's so funny! They can actually identify individual animals that come regularly.Thanks for visiting me, Chuck! You're such a great bloggy friend! MWAH!
How cool is this!!! I had to do a double-take too. Now … how did you manage to publish 4 posts w/o my being award? Methinks I’m just too busy for sure, but now that I’ve found the posts in Google Reader, I’m taking them one by one … kind of the way I’m trying to approach life (and blogging) … taking one thing at a time and savoring it all without getting distracted and/or distressed by the rest. And that reminds me, I love the ‘sticky post’ at the top of your page.Hugs and blessings,
... sorry that should read AWARE not award. My fingers seem to have a mind of their own ... and I'm multi-tasking (copying photos from my old computer to a flash drive to add to my new computer) so I guess I didn't take enough time to proofread. Sigh!
A bunch of lucky animals as no one harm them at your place.If those deers dropped by near our village, it would have become food.
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