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Fallow deer. 
This was the first time I saw the group blended like this. I even see the big boy, with the gorgeous antlers to the left. But they are on the other side of the field and in a ditch at the forest edge. So it is impossible to get closer to them. 

Another day at the same field and different direction. It is farther to the barns then what it looks like. I managed to get behind a rock unseen but then something else scared them off. This is the only shot I got.

A few beauties at the riding school. It was an overcast day, that is why there is a slight blue tone in the photo. Looks kind of nice on the horses though. 

Australian White Ibis
For the moment I post some birds from Queensland on my IG account. This is one of the ugly/charming birds I love to watch. 

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  1. When I last visited Australia it was amazing to me the extent to which the Australian White Ibis has become a common urban bird, seen a couple of times wandering the streets of Sydney.

  2. Hello. Beautiful photos. The Australian White Ibis looks like a magnificent bird.
    Have a nice weekend.

  3. Hello,
    I always enjoy seeing the deer, they are so sweet. The horses are beautiful. I like the Australian White Ibis, cool looking bird. Great series! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day. Happy weekend to you!
    PS, thank you for the comment and visit too.

  4. Sometimes when I have a camera I feel lucky to get just that one shot. I guess you were lucky that day!

    be well... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

  5. Beautiful photos and the Bird Ibis is very nice!
    Greeting Elke

  6. We love the Ibis here too and this is an amazing photo! They are pretty! hahahaha! Love the deer and those beautiful horses too!

  7. That Ibis beak kind of scares me lol...and I don't scare easily as you know Monica! I'm so envious that you see so many beautiful deer!!!

  8. Those deer have some amazingly shaped antlers. Not what I am used to here. Lovely photos.

  9. I hope the white bird managed to find some good treats.

  10. The Australian ibis looks a lot like Florida’s wood stork and ugly/charming is the perfect descriptive phrase for them both. (I will remember that!)


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