"Photographers see the world rather than just look at it."
That are lucky encounters for a photographer. Well done Andy.
She (or he) looks as surprised as you probably were. A nice moment to remember.
She was all alone? When I see one here they mostly are a couple. She looks very beautiful, a real Bambi.
We are getting closer and closer and then destroying their habitat. Hope s/he has a good place to live.
I've seen similar behavior in Minnesota and Colorado. I think they get so accustomed to humans they lose their fear - at least to some extent. This is a beautiful animal!Re your question about doing dinner: I checked and sadly, no, the Ocala office does not deliver in Canada. But, hey, you could start your own business up there! :)
She's apparently accustomed to humans and vehicles. Good thing for you!
Some urban deer become accustomed to people. They have become a real pest in Sundance, WY where they have discovered greater safety in town than in the countryside where they are hunted. During the rut they can also be dangerous.
She seems to be so tame!
As you say, they can be very nonchalant. The other surprising thing is how they can hold their cover. How many times have we walked by them without stepping on their toes?
That light fur around their eyes always makes them look wide-eyed and innocent, even as they eat someone's prized roses. But they seem like such sweet animals.
Deer like to visit here too. When not eating the bird seed in my yard they seem to use it as their toilet. Ha!
Awww what a little cutie. I had a similar encounter with a coyote the other day. Such beautiful gifts of nature.