I used my little Canon S2, tripod and selftimer to capture this image of Willard and myself during yesterday morning’s wildlife shoot. Many of the images I have posted over the last few weeks have been captured from this vantage point.
Saturday was the last day of the regular Pa. deer season. Our countryside can now return to peace and quiet.
On a sad note, around mid day a barrage was fired from the hunting club next door. Some time later a small fawn came by our position dangling a nearly amputated rear leg. The best we could tell it had been hit about six inches above the hoof and only a small strip of skin or sinew kept it attached. The pitiful creature was trying to keep up with its mother but was having difficulty doing so with its severed limb dangling uselessly.