Sunday in the [Frozen] Park

How could I resist?

The temperature was in the 40s (F), and I was at the library anyway.  I figured the park pathways would be mostly clear, and heck, I don’t have a lot of “frozen” photos.  So, once again I strolled into Walton Woods Park.

There was some ice on the paths, but not enough to prevent people from walking.  And there were a lot of people – and dogs galore.  Despite the distractions, I managed to take a few photos.

No one was using any of the park benches.  I can’t imagine why:

There were footprints on the frozen pond, but no way was I venturing out there to photograph them.  I figured photos from shore would be sufficient, even without showing any footprints:

Even the streams were still frozen:

But not frozen enough to keep the deer from coming out:

“Hugs”

“Who Dat?”

Aren’t they precious?  After awhile, they got tired of posing, and the smaller one thought it would be delightful to  moon the human:

“Mooning the Human”

That’s probably the most pornographic photo you’ll ever find on this site.  Silly critter.

Hope your  Sunday was fun, too – and I sincerely hope our weather continues to warm so I can get out there and enjoy my hobby!

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Images by Cordelia’s Mom/TeddyRosalieStudio

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17 Responses to Sunday in the [Frozen] Park

  1. willowdot21 says:

    Lovely photos, especially the deer 💜💜

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  2. The only way I know we have deer is that they eat the bulbs in the garden (along with the skunks) who are very serious bulb eaters. And it was in the 70s today. Shirtsleeve warm. Colder tomorrow? And probably … sigh … more rain.

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  3. markbialczak says:

    Cheers to your warming photos from a great thaw, CM!

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  4. Dan Antion says:

    Thanks for sharing the great winter scenes, CM. I’m missing these views this year.

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  5. You take beautiful photos. My son will love the deer.

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  6. Elina Gomez says:

    This is a forest and also present here deer. Natural beauty nice deer add different value there. Thanks for a great capture.

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