Perspectives through Prose, Poetry and Photography
Posted on March 12, 2015
by Joanne Edith
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It’s sad to watch the roaming deer, foraging through our yard for any sustenance amid the frozen environs. Even the bird-bath is a solid block of ice. Holly leaves and bird-seed must suffice. But those eyes….
Category: Photo Essays, Photography, Poetry, Sonnet, Well-struck NotesTags: Backyard Wildlife, Deer, Photography, Search for Food in Winter
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