Thursday, June 26, 2008

Healthy deer

A couple of months ago I took a photo of an emaciated whitetail deer eagerly filling his tummy with the first green munchings from our lawn. What a difference now! This fellow is sleek and muscular, with a gleaming red-brown summer coat. Absolutely the picture of health.


  1. How do you know if it's the same deer?

  2. Oh, I doubt it's the same deer. But the deer in general all looked grey and emaciated two months ago, and they all look lovely and robust now. They're just "representative deer photos."


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