Buck

ImageI saw this guy at Cape Disappointment. He was dining by the side of the road. Even though I stopped the truck, rolled down the window, fumbled for my camera, and started talking to him, he was completely unperturbed by my presence. He must know he’s living in a protected environment, or he sensed the vibes of my vegetarianism. One of the two. ImageAnd a bonus shot! This is a porcupine butt. The porcupine was not impressed by the vibes of my vegetarianism and offered me a view of its prickly posterior in response to my desire to immortalize it on film. Image

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9 Responses to Buck

  1. tapirgal says:

    OMG! You saw a porcupine!!! How wonderful. First one, or have you seen them before? I’ve only seen them in the zoo, but one was up close in a keeper talk.

    • I actually saw that one two days in a row. Neither time was it happy to see me, and it waddled off into the underbrush in indignation. I saw an even bigger one in Chehalis once. As long as my dog is on a leash, porcupines are very exciting to see.

  2. Linda says:

    Wow! Porcupines are not often see. I absolutely love your shots of the deer!!!

  3. Lowell says:

    A fun and funny post! The deer is beautiful and must be a young buck with that fuzzy rack. You certainly didn’t frighten him. The porcupine – well, you wouldn’t want to get too close to it – they can get rather prickly, whether you’re vegetarian or not! 🙂

    Re the horses: They live in our area, about 1/2 mile distant. We have several smaller horse farms nearby.

  4. Lovely shot of the deer. He appears to be quite interested in you.

  5. Geoff says:

    Beautiful animal, shame the porcupine was rather unimpressed though!

  6. Halcyon says:

    Amazing how well he posed for you!

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