A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
My goodness, Santa's worked them hard, you can see right through them!
Nice shot Jack!
This looks like a good place to graze as long as the snow doesn't come.
The house is dream like, I love the tree and these grazing fellows are the cherry on the cake:0
They are certainly very happy that it does not snowing...
Julie and I were away for the holiday weekend (taking photos, of course) so I am just catching up with your recent posts today. And I agree with you that it is still appropriate to post photos with a holiday theme.
... and what a neat wrap-around front porch... ah summer nights.
Those reindeer need to eat a bit more they look a little lean!! Not a problem I have haha! Love the nutcrackers (wince!!) guarding the door below. Hope you had a great Christmas Jack, did Susie make it back from Joburg?
A bit more impressed with that house! I love it.
They will look fabulous when it snows a bit!
looks as if they're just barely surviving their meager december diet.
I like the discreet (at least during daytime) reindeers and the house is fantastic!
I do love the "discreet" reindeers, too! They do indeed look as though they've been overworked this season!! And what a beautiful house! Wonderful capture for the day as always, Jack!Sylvia
That's cute. I wonder if they are lit at night.
What a grand house, no wonder the deer like to hang out there.
And magically they didn't run away when you took their photos!
What a house and I love that wrap around porch.
A perfect illustration of the phrase "you are what you eat."
Very nice, this is really a good idea!
Such lifelike poses - how charming.
At least the trees in the yard won't be ruined like mine are with my (real) deer:(Safe decorating plan!
How lovely. A natural and beautiful way of decorating a place for Christmas.
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