Tuesday, March 5, 2013

On the Scrounge

Nara Park is famous for its tame deer walking, eating and sleeping freely there. They are watching who buys deer cracker. As soon as they find a target, they come and start bowing on the scrounge like this.

Finally it is getting warmer and I feel spring is around the corner in Osaka, Japan.
How is your place?

This is part of Our World Tuesday.


  1. actually yes deer are not tame, but it is the children and people are delighted when they are so trusting ...

  2. What cute little beggers!
    It is getting warmer in Michigan. but we had so much snow that it will be some time before it is all gone. The sun has been shining brightly though...YAY!
    BTW...In the winter we have deer come right up to our house to eat the shrubbery. I have been scared to death more than once while encountering a deer peeking through the window or door! They also feed from our bird feeders.
    ~God bless~

  3. Great shot!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  4. What a wonderful capture! Those are some happy little deer -- happy, but not hungry, it would seem!!

  5. Deer can be so cheeky. Weather here in London is very sunny today but apparently rain tomorrow!

  6. It is a blizzard today here--very far from spring--so I am thankful to see your pictures. :)

  7. Sweet! I love this photo. I'd definitely be an easy mark for them, I'd have my pockets stuffed with deer crackers every time. :-)

    We had a herd of wild deer who lived around our home in the mountains (now we live in town), and they'd gather around us whenever we were outside doing our chores, especially in winter and early spring. They knew we usually had alfalfa treats for them. This photo reminds me of our precious deer friends.