My apologies for not making this an art post, but my daughter leaves tomorrow and my focus is in a different place today. Actually, my husband and son have taken the day off from their respective jobs, so we can have an additional family day! I hope you will understand and will also understand about the quality of these photographs. They were taken just before a storm late yesterday afternoon. I had to take them through a window and take them fast. This little guy has been kept under lock and key by his very protective mother, so when she allowed a little freer roaming, I did what I could on short order.
She had this precious little baby in the wooded area of our back yard. They have been there ever since. I am not sure about where she is getting water, though. I have caught a little glimpse of them both from time to time as they would venture forward for some grass in an area we are allowing to return to forest floor.
In this photo, s/he is looking back to encourage Mama to come a bit closer.
And in this photo, Mama agreed. Isn't it cute? When I see it, I don't dare hardly move, so taking these photos was a huge risk as Mama is very, very protective and would have sent Baby running for cover.
We all stood enthralled as they ventured close to the house (maybe within 10 or 15 feet) last night.
Are you having wildlife (of any kind) adventures? I will be returning to the wild life of art soon!
See you Wednesday!