129/365 Taken on January 9th. I increased the contrast a bit because it was a misty afternoon. Taken about 3:30 pm. They will turn their rumps to the camera, drat them.
130/365 Taken Monday morning, January 17th. The doe on the left does not belong to this group and is being driven back if she approaches any closer. There's also one big doe (doing the chasing) a mid sized doe and two fawns, tails to camera.
131/365. This is Mr One Horn. He dropped the other antler right beside the feeding rocks and we have it stored in the barn. I have seen what I think is this deer, hornless, but we had a snowfall. I will do an antler search in the spring. Taken very late afternoon, cloudy day.
132/365 This is the biggest group we have had. I took this one on Sunday. There
were actually nine deer but only eight show in this shot - they were two different groups that did not co-exist well. Number one is tail to the camera left of the cedar, two is looking over three's back, four and five are trying to sneak up on the corn, six and seven are guzzling and eight is the fawn at far right. Often the fawns get chased off, but this one belongs, I think, to the biggest doe.