~From Books,Needles,and Hooks~
Where the deer and the antelope play. Right!We actually have deer and antelope here, and the deer might be able to get onto the playgrounds but the antelope are too shy.Nice one, good take on the prompt.-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Life is just not fair..but I guess it's better to learn that early in life. Besides, there's more freedom out in the field than there is on the playground! Great post for MM.
No playing on the playground for sure. Another great take on this weeks! picture
Always someone to kill the fun! Darn it! Great take on the pic of the day! Hope you have a good week!Sylvia
I cant' believe I'm the first to comment, more folks should see this, it's great.Very well done!gaelikaa xxx
It's sheer fun in the field, it's big and wide. Others can take the playground, Count me out! Great!
Reminds me of my neighbors an hour or so north of us who have deer play in their backyard every day! Nice MF.
Don't let them on the playground. They carry ticks which carry lyme disease!Seriously, they're a huge problem here because no on will allow the wildlife officials to cull the herds.And, while this one is kind of sad stuck on a wall, would it be better for him to be road kill?Sad any way you look at it -- but well written!
froliking in the field is where all deer belonggood one
YIKES to bullets on the playground! (<--Deer must learn to shout "DUCK!" when the hunter spies buck! LOL!) Bullets on the Playground? Kind of sounds like a Lifetime movie just waiting to happpen! LOL!Good day!SparkleFarkle~~~~~*
I hope they play nice! Did the deer have to wear ball caps too? LOL.Have a great week. Cheers~
Cute one. I'll frolic with him! :O)
Ha! I think this is the first to mention the fall festival! Poor guy just hanging out not having any fun!
This is awesome. Love the antelope playing reference. Well done!
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