Friday, January 21, 2011


Cold Snowy days can give us cabin fever when we think the weather will just never change so we can get out of our house and down our driveway, so we can go to the grocery store, have lunch with friends, and shop.

I tend to enjoy the enforced isolation for a while.

One of the reasons I do enjoy being shut off from the world is what I can see in my woods without leaving my house.

See below the video I made early one morning. My camera work is amateurish, but the scene is lovely.

Click on the link below, my video on You Tube, and see what I saw from my living room when five of these beauties buried their heads in the white stuff to get to acorns under the six or seven inches of snow.

I hope you like it and if you do, please leave me a comment or send an email. Thanks.


Nancy Simpson said...

Wow! That is wonderful!

Glenda said...

Thanks, Nancy. It was so special to see the deer so close up and so calm.

Joan Ellen Gage said...

I loved it, Glenda!

Glenda Council Beall said...

Thanks, Joan. One of the nice things about being snowed in here in the mountains.
Tipper of Blind Pig and the Acorn helped me post the video. One more new technology process I learned.
Tipper is very competent and is for hire if anyone needs some help with blogging.

janetglaser said...

Deer are so beautiful in the snow. Very peaceful scene. Thanks for sharing.