Monday, August 16, 2010


I can't believe it ~ The game camera at Lake Jean captured a shot of a fawn! I expected it to be a few more weeks before Mama took Baby to the lake.  It's a little grainy, but I had to show you anyway - enjoy!

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Kittie seems interested. 
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Amanda Makepeace said...

How wonderful!!

Karen Faulkner said...


Marie Theron said...

Hi Jean, like you, I live in a nature preservation area. I hope that I can one day photograph some buck. At the moment we see flattened grass where they sometimes lie at night. Also known for plundering gazania gardens! O, well, then you just plant enough so that they can have their snacks!

hmuxo said... I wish that I could open my door and see an occasional wonderful! Love Bambi..

Jean Levert Hood said...

Thank you Amanda!

Karen, yes, the definition of 'sweet!'

Marie, if I didn't have a very tall patio fence, I could never have a flower! I don't mind feeding the deer at the feeder, but I do not want to feed them my flowers!!!

Hi Hilda! It truly is a treat to see this, I never tire of it, and appreciate it every day!

Anja said...

Hello, Somehow I found your blog and looked your work - paintings are So Beautiful as well the pictures are wonderful!

Jean Levert Hood said...

Hi Anja! I'm so glad you found my blog, and thrilled that you're enjoying it! I appreciate that you took the time to comment~ Thank you!

Mary said...

Thanks so much for showing us this wonderful moment, Jean. Even in our suburban area in Jacksonville, FL, we see a surprising variety of wildlife--including a small fox who lives in a wild area behind the homes at the end of our street. We located here for the older trees left standing when the neighborhood was built and for the little creek behind our back yard--many furry, feathered, and scaly friends like this location, too. Fun!

Jean Levert Hood said...

Hi Mary! I hear from many who are in cities who have abundant wildlife. It's such a joy, something I never tire of. A bit of water will bring in so many to see! I'm glad you have a view of them. Ahhh, old trees - I visited South Louisiana last month and each time I do, I remember how much I miss those marvelous old trees!