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<3 Introducing, Fawn! <3
Fawn is a tan Feeple60 *ELF* Celine, custom by Rakeru-space <3
She's a deer sprite, and sister to pastel deer sprite...Fable who I will introduce tomorrow *Elf Rin tan*
___< I hope to have my camera and things for nice backgrounds and such very soon!
Hope you love Fawn as much as I do ^~^
At birth, white-tailed deer fawns have a spotted, reddish coat that is fairly silky. There can be several hundred spots on the coat. The spots enable to deer to blend into its natural surroundings. Fawns usually lose their spots around three-to-four months.
Location: Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. August, 2016.
Photo # KS9_6438bwsc.
(c) Kelly Shipp Photography.
Look who just happended past... couldn't get more opposite!
Big thanks to lili, as always! and i'll try and catch up with everyone over the next couple of days. Life is still crazy busy at the mo!
a huge thanks to
JinxMim for the wonderful stock!
TOTW- Yin and yang
The Teledioscope- Past
A pretty little black-tailed doe and this,her youngster, stopped to graze at the edge of a Comox Valley golf course - a lovely idyllic scene. This little one is growing up and just about lost its spots but still has the innocent charm of youth.
Texture by "Pareeerica" with thanks.
This was such a precious moment,
I had to shoot many !! : )))
Wishing you all a beautiful day ~
Hugs & Kisses ~♥~
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I came across this little one while taking pictures at an abandoned farm place Wednsday afternoon. It let me grab several up close pictures before running off.
This young fawn was given to me to raise by our local
veterinary. It was brought in to the vet from a family that
found it in the woods. They should have left it there, as the
doe will leave the fawn for up to twenty-four hours for
the fawn's safety. A fawn has no scent, so coyotes can't
find them. The fawn will hide in the woods and the predators
will walk right by them. Perhaps the doe had been killed by a car and the fawn would have just died , we'll never know. Fawns are easy to raise if they are feed goat's milk. My neighbor had goats so I had a ready source for it. When I feed them, I had to stimulate them with a wet cloth so they would relieve themselves, simulating the doe's tongue. This fawn (Doby) lived in a six acre pen in the woods on my property for many years. He had a heated waterer, and lots of attention as he had two does for company. They are social animals. He was raised with my dogs, and they would go in the pen and they would play together even as adults.
These two little guys were a little to far for my lens but I liked the moment.
Rings: Misha Jesuil - Vangelis set "Fallen" (Ultra rare)
Skin: Lumae - Fawn (Group gift)
Shape: Personal shape
Body: Mairteya - Lara (Bento update)
Head: Catwa - Annie (Make up included)
Hair: Moon - Eternal sunshine
-Misha Jesuil: marketplace.secondlife.com/es-ES/stores/145234 (Marketplace)
A fawn browses through vegetation not far from the ranger station at Highlands Hammock State Park in Florida. The fawn's mother was close by. Due to the tall vegetation, I wasn't able to get an unobstructed shot.
(Press "z" to zoom)
Nikon Coolpix P900
f/5.0, 62.5 mm
1/500, ISO 560
Today was a travel day, I'm back home in the city. However I did get to see the fawns one last time yesterday afternoon.
Yet another wildflower from my walk through the Garry Oak meadows at Beacon Hill Park. Erythronium oregonum is known by the common name giant white fawn lily, or trout lily. Tucked in the corner are some camus buds.
The morning mist, the white fallen snow, the stillness of the moment will forever be mine.
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