8 thoughts on “Crossing Guard

  1. David

    Nice capture. I like this because despite the typical “caught in the headlights” pose the two deer are not looking into the lens and mom’s position and outstretched neck adds a bit of a sense of action.

    1. Thanks David, in a way they were caught in the headlights as we were leaving the Sand Dunes that evening but it was like were observing a teaching moment from Mom to the adolescents. The kids were kind of like aw…Mom we know about cars but she was holding them back just the same. Hope you have a great weekend.

    1. Hi Eliza, Good observation. I had not noticed and you could be right. I guess I did not spend enough time to really find out. I am always a bit concerned about staying around too long when I know the animals are on to my photographic antics. Hope you have a great weekend.

  2. Walking My Path: Mindful Wanderings in Nature

    That’s what I was thinking too, Eliza. Such a sweet photograph, Mike! Yes, so much to learn very quickly! Great catch!

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