“Study nature, love nature, stay close to
nature. It will never fail you.”
Frank Lloyd Wright
I love quietly walking through the forest "camera hunting" for wildlife. I continually scan the territory around me looking for the slightest movement in grass, or willows or branches, and listen for any sounds of life. It has a sweet aniticipation that comes with the unknown. Each forest has a different sound. I love an aspen forest yet it's more challenging to walk quietly through than some pine forests. Just staying still is sometimes the best thing...
I was headed camera hunting this evening to photograph shades of fall and whatever birds and critters I might see along the way. The first animal I saw was this deer. He stood curiously watching me. It was nice....
I took a lot of photos while he studied me.
I whistled every now and then to get him to move or give me an expression. He didn't know what to think but he just kept looking.
I saw 7 deer total this evening..
He finally decided to go ...
After the first two deer, I spotted this pair of woodpeckers.
Fall is in the air and starting to color the hillsides. I wish summer would last longer. Does an early fall mean an early winter?? I guess time will tell.
I love these rust colors...
“To me a lush carpet of pine needles or spongy grass is more welcome than the most luxurious Persian rug.” Helen Keller
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