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Twin Newborn Fawns
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Twin fawns hiding in the woods hours after their birth.
May 25th, 2011
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J L Kempster
Congratulations on your win in contest 'Sweetest Little Fawn' What adorable little faces with their sleepy eyes.
Congratulations on your 1st place win in the Sweetest Little Fawn Contest!
Thanks to all of you for your kind words. I don't expect ever again to have the chance to get twins. I thought this would be pretty commercial, but I have only sold it once. It was a real treat to ge the shot. Truly, once in a nature photographer's life shot.
Splendid sweet capture...congratulations on your beautfiul sale!
This is so precious Michael, love this,congrats on your sale, L!
Thanks Diannah, I don't expect to get that chance again. MD
Beautiful and precious shot! V/F
Nava Jo Thompson
Now I am realizing how rare the twins were here. If you will look on page 5 in my profile--you will see the twin toddlers we had this spring. The title is 'My Dear Twin Fawns'.
Every June there are many does who give birth on top of our mountain. One that hangs around our yard often twins. This is the first time I found her fawns. It was a real treat. I have never seen any other twin fawn pictures.
What a cute shot of the fawns.
So adorable and great capture to get this close to these newborn twins, Michael! fave and vote
Precious. A gift, for sure.
Oh--I am just now seeing that you had a sale of this----congratulations!! :)
OH MY! This just too much! We had twins on the backroad close by--but I didn't get to see them like this. They were toddlers--and one was friendly like a puppy--and the other one was so bashful I could not get them together like I wanted. I so agree with your statement that these golden moments are 'given' and not 'taken'!! How did you get this close--where are the mother? Thanks for sharing-- FAV and Voted!
Thanks for all our comments. I doubt I will ever get twin fawns again. Any nature photographer should admit that these photos are given and not taken. This is one of those shoots I remember vividly.
So sweet. Congrats on your sale Michael.
I love this.
very nice, congrats!!!
Wow! That is absolutely adorable! What a great capture! fv, v
The Forests Edge Photography
Absolutely adorable! Congratulations on your sale!
Awwwwwwwwwwww. :) Now, THAT'S the kind of "deer shooting" I LIKE! ;-)
beautiful shot Michael! Congrats on your sale
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