After I came back home from Lake Bonaparte, I longed for nature and the outdoors. I love autumn with all its colors, the crisp air, the oh-so-blue sky. One busy Monday, I was able to snag about an hour and head out to explore this little section of woods for the first time.
Just a couple miles from home, the woods beckoned me to come and walk.
A brand new footbridge spans a little ravine.
Of course I brought along my macro lens, just in case. Good thing.
Interesting tree shapes.
I had my back to the trail ahead while I took some shots. When I turned, this young buck was standing there, still as a statue. I thought he was fake (really!) until I saw his ear twitch. He even let me stoop down to change lenses so I could get some better shots!
At one point, he looked off into the distance. I also turned, and spotted his "girlfriend" on the other side of the bushes.
See the nubs that will be antlers some day?
Deer prints on the trail
Back on the trail, I used my macro to shoot various weeds.
Looking back along the little trail.
It's amazing that one hour spent in God's creation can restore a soul!
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