Sunday, January 5, 2014

Snowy Weather

      We haven’t had any really big snow falls yet this winter. Just several 2-4 inch ones. The snow lasts several days and then melts away. But I always seem to get some good shots of the deer in the snow when it does happen. Hope everyone had a great holiday season.



Little fork horn buck.


Chasing does. The second rut usually hits around the end of December.


This one looks to be more hungry than interested in does


13 comments:

Brian Balik said...

Nice shots! Any animal in the snow is always cool to see.

Michaele said...

Nice daytime shots. I always like seeing the young deer. Or maybe they all just look young : ) I look forward to seeing more of your photos this year.

TexWisGirl said...

always like to see your critters. don't get to see deer (or bear) here!

KB Bear said...

Lots of deer! I bet they're glad for the clear ground.

CailinMarie said...

You get some fabulous pictures! I was near Wintergreen Resort last week and my kids and I kept remarking how much bigger and "healthier" the deer look than those in Tidewater. I'm guessing it has to do with all the construction around us these days, there just isn't enough forage.
That 4th photo down has it all, awesome light, a great expression on the deer, the texture of the snow and the brambles. really cool.

Michelle said...

These are nice. Deer are always out and about.

Ola said...

we didn't have much snow, neither
Good shots!

Trailblazer said...

Great pics....

I love snow and nothing is cooler than camera trap pictures in snowy setting!

Linda said...

Just enough snow to add some contrast! Stay warm!

Fjällripan said...

So nice, I especially like nr 4 :)

We also dont have any snow yet...but I am still hoping for it to come, winter is not over yet :D

Reena Walkling said...

Lucky for you and the deer no heavy snowfalls!

Lindsjö taxar said...

Great Pictures!!You have nice wildlife in your neighbourhood.
Majsan/

Nitas said...

So beautiful pictures and 4 I got stuck extra for. Anita