This white tailed deer was photographed on a recent trip to visit family in the midwest. Living in the mountain west for so long I can say for certain I don’t miss the humidity and all the bugs. It sure was fun was running across this deer happily feeding away and hardly giving us a second look as we hiked through the woods. I had forgotten how small white-tailed deer can be.
Taken on a hike along the west coast of Vancouver Island near Port Renfrew.
In what feels to be the blink of an eye spring has changed to summer. Green grass, hot afternoons and a forest that is just a bit quieter once the sun gets to work. A familiar spot that has gone from spring https://naturehasnoboss.com/2017/04/12/april/ to summer in the blink of an eye. A little reminder to enjoy each season before it is has slipped away.
Look but don’t touch. Valuable goods contained in this pod. Natures way of keeping life going.
Raven taking flight in an old growth forest along the west coast of Vancouver Island.