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Whitetail Photograph - Whitetail Fawn by James Berger

Whitetail Fawn is a photograph by James Berger which was uploaded on October 9th, 2015.

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What a delightful capture of this adorable fawn James!

James Berger replied:

Thanks Joni! It was a magical day :)

Nice capture l f

James Berger replied:

Thank you Anne!

James, it looks as if this one had just gotten its "wings".....delightful! FLVotedTw

James Berger replied:

Thanks Debbie! Yep, We kinda startled each other upon meeting.

What an adorable capture, James! l/f/t

James Berger replied:

Indeed an adorable little fawn and what an honor it was spending time with him too :) Thanks for your nice comment.

Hi love your fawn artwork. Best regards, Sharon L F FB

James Berger replied:

Thanks very much Sharon!

Beautiful work l/f

James Berger replied:

Lucinda! Much appreciated, thanks!

Perfection! l/f/T/G+

James Berger replied:

Thank you Roberta!

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

James Berger replied:

Thank you John :D Very much appreciated!

How precious! F&V

James Berger replied:

Yeah, it sure was a treat to hang out with the little fella :)

Thanks Robert! It was a most unique experience for sure. I was blessed to be able to hang out with this little fellow for approx. 15 minutes, before deciding to give his Mom an opportunity to come back for him. While he was close enough that I could have continually had my hand on his back, I chose to forego the touching, in case Mom would have rejected him again, once smelling human on him. Not sure if that is 100% true or not but didn't wanna risk it for my little buddy that day.

Beautiful capture

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