After a few days of clouds and rain it was good to get out for a wander this evening. The skies were trying to clear and the Sun was doing its best to give me a little light.
Time then to get a rather soggy backside and sit down with three of our Roe Deer.
This one, a young female, has just had her first fawn and it lay in a patch of grass not too far away.
No pictures of the youngster, I'll leave that until it is older.
Monday, 30 May 2011
After The Rain
at May 30, 2011
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