Thursday, August 28, 2014

Good Fences #23: Last of the Colorado Fences

These are my last photos from our trip to Colorado that include fences. I don't have many photos with fences, so I need to get out more and explore. Hopefully I'll find some interesting fences closer to home. I'm sure they're out there...

Mule deer standing close to fence at the edge of woods...
moments later he jumped over the fence, but I missed that shot!


An obviously tame doe and her offspring grazing near a brick fence- 
at the edge of town in Ouray, Colorado.  


Another shot in Ouray...
Stop and look both ways before crossing!


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10 comments:

  1. oh, those deer are too cute and awfully used to residential areas! thanks, susan!

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  2. Love that shot of the deer at the stop sign. Happy fence hunting!

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  3. Wonderful shots of the deer and the fences. That first one is just stunning. The momma and her babies are so cute together.

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  4. Love love love the deer! Anytime, I'm near them I feel at peace. Except at night driving home along the woods:)

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  5. Fence jumping seems to be a favorite pastime for deer.

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  6. Love the cute deer, the last shot at the stop sign is funny! Have a great evening!

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  7. beautiful images. Ouray is one of my fav towns in colorado.

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  8. Hello Susan!:) These images are just amazing. Never thought I would see deers roaming around a residential area. They seem very at ease, and well trained about crossing a road!:) Ouray fences are pretty too,...it looks a lovely place to visit.

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  9. oh they are my favorites, these are so very friendly!!

    we are leaving for nc in a few minutes. i have entries scheduled but i don't know if i will have time for visits. have a wonderful weekend!!!!

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  10. We stayed in Ouray one night! Will be posting those shots in a few weeks! Love the deer captures with the fences from that lovely town!

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