I am back in Connecticut, housebound from the minor effects of Tropical Storm Henri. (We got lucky.) So, I spent time checking the images captured over the past week on my new trail camera.
My property abuts a stream and a preserve. The bottom of the property is wild, with ferns and skunk cabbage . . . food for deer. There were 354 images, most blurred or obscured. But, some were fun to see.
This young doe passes through the property regularly, several times a day. She is often accompanied by one or two fawns. The fawns also visit by themselves, but I didn't like any of their images.
A young doe and a young buck passed through in the late morning.
The trail cam photographs with infra-red light after dark. The nighttime images are much grainier and the shutter speed is slower, often producing blur. But, this image of a deer was decent.
I wonder if I will capture a bear sometime. One was in the neighborhood three weeks ago.