these hoof prints
So true, and cloven implies a darker side (tho I know that it is a type of hoof).
Hey, Susan, know what you mean, though in this case I sympathize with the prey.
wonderful wonderful wonderful wonderful !
Oh, thanks, Deb!
If only the cloven-hooved one could mask his prints!! Good one Susan.
yes. i wish he/she could, though they are safe from hunters for a few more weeks.
Nice shot! and great verse –did you take the picture???
Thanks Audrey–no, this one is not mine–too muddy & wet outside to walk through my woods, which are full of deer this time of year.
I was looking through my camera–this summer I happened upon a wonderful mix of tracks all in one spot; raccoon, coyote, and deer, all together at the creek bank. Could not find the darned thing today. Grrr.
Its a pity that this is so,,,,I don’t like the idea of hunting much even though I know it’s a necessity in some places,,,well done..
Thanks–agree with you about the hunting thing, although I do love venison. Shame on me.
great makes me want to touch the print
Lucky be, a hunter in luck! Life’s goodness comes in doses. Nicely Susan!
Oh, thank you, Hank 🙂
If only the critters had long tails with brushes to sweep away their trail.
I sympathize with the prey too. When I read your haiku, my first thought was “RUN!”
Yes–but they are safe for a while longer.
These are true, but sad for the prey !!!
I agree–glad the season for that does not start for some weeks yet.
Well-captured, the plight of the prey!
I most emphatically hate deer season…
nice take, thought I would quickly pop by
A unique take on the prompt.
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