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    flower pics and deer pics.

    fall is here,we had 2 frosts already.These are my last surviving blooms.The fence is done and the deer raid the rest of the garden.when I take a break from sewing I grab my camera.
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    Very nice pictures. Thanks for sharing.
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    Very nice pictures. If you enjoy the deer-take mine! I have four that frequent my yard. They have eaten my Phlox and ate all the flowers off my "Little Lamb" hydranga. I put moth balls out and it doesn't seem to phase them. Wish they would go help themselves in someone elses yard.
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    Very pretty flowers, deer too. We live in a rural area and very seldom see any deer, none around the houses. We are surrounded by hills and ravines not meant for houses and I think the wildlife has plenty of area away from the people.
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    Just got back from a 2 month trip to Alaska and Canada. My SIL up there has a 5 foot tall fence to keep the Moose out of her garden!!
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    The flowers are beautiful, but I especially love the pictures of the deer. Thanks.
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    We just got back from Yosemite and would love to have your backyard!

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    I so enjoyed your photographs. you have done a wonderful job with your camera...the flower colors are so vibrant and beautiful. Eveyone seems to like seeing deer: I know I do. Maybe you will share more photos as the year comes to an end.

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    Wow such beautiful, clear and colorful pictures. Heaven and earth are full of His glory. Those pictures are proof.
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    I love your pictures.. I love taking pictures also of my flowers and I do not get much deer where I live at now so my dog and cats are my wildlife models.

    Thanks for sharing... Phannie

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    I love your beautiful pictures. No frost here, still over 100 degrees for our high temp. The early morning weather is high 70s at my house so we are enjoying that time of day.

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    I live in Wi too but have my garden fenced in.Love your beautiful pictures.
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    I have heard that if you string old VCR tapes taughtly around a garden and criss-cross it across from corner to corner, the deer will not come near the garden; the quiet humming of the tape keeps them flummoxed. Good luck. Beautiful pics, by the way.

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    Love your pictures. Thanks for sharing them... What kind of camera do you have?

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    We have 4 deer who come to our yard as well. Mom, her baby from last year, and her twins from this year. They topped one of my tomato plants, but not the other ones. Wish they had topped them all, the one they topped put on tons of tomatos. I love sitting and watching them.

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    Do the deer eat tomatoes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elise1 View Post
    The flowers are beautiful, but I especially love the pictures of the deer. Thanks.
    It's so nice of you to go through all that work for the deer....

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    Love your garden ornaments, we have several around here but they leave me and my roses alone. Probably because I have a dog that goes nuts when he smells, sees, or hears one. Thanks for sharing your roses are beautiful.

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    Love the vibrant colors and close ups of your flowers. Those deer know where to get a good meal!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33 View Post
    fall is here,we had 2 frosts already.These are my last surviving blooms.The fence is done and the deer raid the rest of the garden.when I take a break from sewing I grab my camera.
    Awesome pictures..........How nice to live in the country where you can enjoy nature..Thanks for sharing.

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    Your flower pics are great. Love the deer too. I'm in Ohio near the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and they have a lot there. None in my yard as I'm in the city (city but rural to me).

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    Great pictures, thank you !

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    Love your pics, too. Your camera is great to take such good closeups. I, too have no roses remaining thanks to those four footed (hoofed) critters!
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    Love the picture of the leaping doe! Great shot!

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    Those are some nice pictures. Can you make a quilt from these?

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