Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Heading home

Note to self:

1. When you leave your camera at home you insure that there will be a deer sighting; maybe even a doe and a fawn.

2. Always have a Plan B.

This morning I took a walk in the woods around Island Lake to soak up the clear blue sky and the trees just starting to turn, some already bright yellow and red. Hoping to catch a glimpse of the deer I know live in one area, I remembered I'd forgotten my camera. That's when I saw a doe watching me just a few yards away. Along came her fawn and I blessed them both as they just stood watching me. Above is from another summer, same lake and woods with lens.

Still working on Plan B.

Nature is not a place to visit. It is home. 
― Gary Snyder



Donna said...

Don't you just hate it when you forget your camera?!! Love this shot though!

Snap said...

Been there without the camera and wondering why I didn't slip the little one in my pocket. Really like this shot and the *new* look of your blog. Hugs--

Emille said...

I'm good in forgetting my camera!!

Cloudia said...

LOL- you did good!

Aloha from Honolulu,

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Annie said...

Hi Noni. Isn't it the truth? I can't tell you how many times my cell phone camera has saved the day when my camera has inexplicably migrated out of my purse (and I generally carry TWO of them).

Annie said...

OH! And p.s. I sure like that new header.

Daryl said...

did you bring your phone? plan b.