Some folks who got the carving I did of sweet Mabelline as an invoice image (her photo is in the clue) have been asking if I ever had the chance to see her fawns. The answer is yes, but it's really hard to get a picture of the little rascals, since they don't stop moving -- ever! I have some amazing blurred images - even one of nursing babies, but they really are blurry. I did capture one of the babies in pixels, though, and thought I would share so you could see. I love the mother and child shot -- I took this one standing on a stool and peeking out the window of the Stampeaz packing room.
Here's one that I took from the deck overlooking the back woods, which is why it is looking down on the little cutie. Mabel always gets nervous when I come out on the deck and try to take pictures. I wish some manufacturer would make a digital camera that was really silent. I don't know why they feel like they have to build in all the shutter noise and beeps that always scare the critters - it makes it way too hard to be sneaky with the wildlife!
You can see that Mabelline has passed along some of her eye shadow expertise to her offspring. Oh, and Mabel loves watermelon rind. The little ones aren't convinced, but their mom loves to find the leftovers after I pack up my snacks to take to work (and feed the turtle). These guys make it difficult to want to leave my house to go to the office every morning. LOL!