LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

The wheat, oats and rye that Buck and Harold planted have turned the freshly disked ground green with tender shoots. A regular crew of fawns, yearlings and their mamas graze it several times each day.

I took this picture through a glass door this morning. No matter how often I get to see a scene like this, it rocks me back on my heels every single time.  When I close my eyes for the night shortly, this is the image I will contemplate.

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0 thoughts on “The Wonder of a Spotted Fawn and Doe

  1. What a majestic scene. This is the kind of natural wonder that will always take the breath from me. I agree with Leslie, you are incredibly fortunate to be graced by such a display of nature’s beauty.

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