Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Wordless Wednesday - Deer Tracks in the Vegetable Garden


11 comments:

Joyce said...

Uh-oh! Do you have any vegatables left?

LingoVise Says... said...

very cool shot... if you don't mind them in the garden of course.

we don't mind at all & figure we put it out there as much for their enjoyment as ours :)

Robbin with 2 B's! said...

Well now, you might just have a deer sighting soon also. The photo looks like a big one. I hope he's not munching away at something he shouldn't be.

sandy's notes said...

Oh oh, not good, they'll eat you out of everything! I hope they save something for you!

Angie said...

Darn deer anyway... Good luck keeping your garden deer free for the rest of the season. :) Happy WW!

Aisling said...

Joyce, Fortunately there aren't any vegetables for the deer to eat yet, and hardly any buds yet for them to nibble. We got a late start gardening this year due to a cold, wet spring.

Lingovise, We're hoping for a good harvest, but I love the deer so I don't mind having them nearby. I do get a little irritated when they eat all of the pears on my trees just before they fully ripen though! *grin*

Robbin, That photo was loading while I was reading your email about your deer encounter. If my computer hadn't frozen up, I'd have written back to you and said so. Yeah, the tracks are pretty good size. I haven't seen the deer who is bold enough to enter the veggie garden yet... it is pretty close to the house.

Aisling said...

Sandy, I may have to implement some "scare tactics" but hate to frighten them off the property all together. They're so beautiful.

Angie, Thanks for visiting! I'll have to return the visit. :)

Kari & Kijsa said...

Great photograph! Stop by and visit our mantel party!

Have a blessed and wonderful day!
smiles, kari & kijsa

Aisling said...

Kari & Kijsa, Thanks for the invitation. Will do!

Susie Harris said...

Thanks for the sweet comments. If you only knew how many times those pears have made it around the house. They even have teeth marks from my daughter, smile... Take care, Susie H

Aisling said...

Susie, Those teeth marks are probably precious to you. I have a glass apple on my kitchen window sill that I adore. My cousin's hubby brought it from Mexico and I just love it. It hasn't wandered around the house like your pears though, because I'm worried that (being glass) it will get broken. Anyway, your pears are very pretty on your mantel! :)