One special day

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This day was a day that will never repeat itself. 
Truly one of a kind!

Roe deer giving birth.

This was strange as I did not see what was going on until I checked my shots. I just thought she looked weird as I did not see the white behind. I thought she was wounded. Now I am a bit concerned as she was standing in water. So I hope the litle one did not have to swim. Or landed with it´s nose in water. 

Fallow deer taking a break from eating.  
Looks peaceful, doesn´t it? 

Not often I see that. 

Four-spotted chaser/skimmer
It was a bit chilly so I think it enjoyed my warm hand.

Common heath warming up in the sun. 

© NF Photo 220527


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  1. Good to see dragonflies and butterflies out and about.

  2. Hello,
    Wow, it is good timing to see a deer giving birth. I hope the baby was ok. Great captures of the deer, Skimmer and the pretty butterfly. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend.

  3. Great that you were able to take this picture of the deer that gave birth.
    The dragonfly and butterfly are also very beautiful.
    Greetings Irma

  4. I've just looked through your last few posts, and you have some great photos. You must live in a very pretty spot with all the deer, cranes, and those insects too. Hope you're having a great weekend. Hugs-Erika

  5. Oh my gosh Monica -- I've had a few surprises when I downloaded my camera, but certainly not one as amazing as that one. What an amazing thing to see -- I sure hope the fawn was OK.

  6. awww wee babies, cute. Ive heard that dragonflies landing on you are suppose to be a bit lucky.


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