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Wordless Wednesday



Robin is a photographer, artist, writer, wife, sometime poet, mom, grandma, daughter, sister, friend, and occasional traveler currently living on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. She finished a 365 commitment to get outside every day in 2011, and has turned it into a lifelong commitment taking one or more walks each day. Robin will continue to share her walks through her words and images on Breezes at Dawn. Older posts can be found at Life in the Bogs, her previous blog. Robin and her husband are in the midst of renovating the house and property they refer to as the Wabi-Sabi Ranch, 35 acres that include marsh, a dock on a tidal creek, meadows, and woodlands. Every day brings new discoveries.

8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

      1. They come out of the woodwork (literally) this time of year. Rut time! I spooked a 3-pt. at the river the other day. Like you, we’ve seen the does/fawns all summer. I wonder how many will make it through this next month…


        1. Even during rutting season, we haven’t seen them. This guy might not make it. He’s injured. If you look at his right front leg in the photo, you can see it’s swollen. He was limping when I first saw him, but something spooked him and he managed to run/bound into the meadow to hide. If he lives in the woods across the road (probably — they all seem to come from there), he isn’t likely to survive hunting season.
          Whenever I see an injured animal (and I include humans in that category), I often wish I had a super power, one that allowed me to stare at them and cure or fix them. A laser beam would shoot out of my eyes and do the healing. (Silliness!) I don’t suppose it would be a good super power to have, though, because I’d want to go around fixing everything and that’s not really the way of things, is it? We learn from pain, and I suppose injured bucks do, too. What they learn, I don’t know. I haven’t yet learned to speak the language of deer.

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          1. Actually, I do believe in the power of healing thoughts (Science of Mind), so your idea is not so silly. Thoughts become things! 🙂
            The symbolism of deer is unconditional love. ❤


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