August 18, 2016

Good Fences, Changing Times


Front Royal is next to Shenandoah National Park so deer, bear, and other animals wander into neighborhoods all the time. I stopped to take a picture of this pair because I don't see antlered deer very often. They soon found an opening in the fence and headed for the library!


This electric car from New York was getting charged in Strasburg. I imagine they enjoyed the view!


This yellow gate blocks a road in Rockland Park that isn't open to the public yet.

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13 comments:

  1. Three great photos for Good Fences Linda. Loved the deer. I didn't see any on my last trip up there.

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  2. Great photo of the deer, Linda!

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  3. Hello, the deer are always a treat to see. Great shots. Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

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  4. glad the deer could still find a way through. hope they stay safe. :)

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  5. Hopefully the wildlife stay safe when they wander out of the park…it must be fun to get to see them every now and then.

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  6. It would be fun to see some of the critters

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  7. It's nice to see deer that close. They look like they are just taking a casual walk through though town

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  8. Always fun to spot deer wandering residential streets.

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  9. Hi Linda, Hope the deer found some good books to read at the library.. Maybe they'll read a book which tells them to stay OUR of our FLOWERS.... ha ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  10. Well educated deer in Front Royal & the view is fantastic!

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  11. The deer are quite a pleasant sight!

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  12. That deer had a nice set of antlers. I wonder if they checked out anything good at the library! - The car charging place is not a familiar sight (at least not where I live)

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