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Oh Deer

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A pair of mule deer caught on our side road. Living where I do, meeting up with deer out in the open is a common occurence. What appears to be round white spots under their muzzles is really the frost from their breath. There is also a trail of their frosty breath along each deer’s back that, in the small size of this photo, doesn’t show as clearly as the full size version.

I often take some of these occurrences for granted yet, because of comments received on my daily photos, I’ve learned that many people are surprised and interested in some of the things I consider day-to-day ho-hum. What sorts of things do you consider ho-hum, yet others are actually quite interested in?

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