Tulip Survival

Jeg har fortalt dere hvordan rådyr gjennom natten plyndret våre hager og spiste alt de kunne finne av ‘grønne skudd’ som presset seg frem gjennom de siste rester av snø?
Men så er det en og annen som har overlevd angrepet; antagelig fordi de var litt trege i starten og aldri fikk opp ‘hodet’ i tide for å bli ‘frokost’, så da kan vi i det minste nyte den her?
I told you how local deers raided our gardens an litterally ate anything green? Including, of course, crochus, tulips and most anything else pressing through the last remains of the snow. But – then there are som that have survived these nocturnal attacks; probably due to a late start in life? Then we may at least enjoy it now?!

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8 Responses to Tulip Survival

  1. Forestwood says:

    Darn those deer, but like our possums here, they are cute but annoying that they eat our plants! Great photography!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! We’ll try to protect ourselves next spring (if we haven’t forgotten – again! 🙂
      But – there isn’t really all that much food to find in early spring. And I’m pretty sure if they had come with the morning light, things might have been a bit different . . .?

  2. Seenorway says:

    Thank you! That is the idea behind photography, I think?!

  3. Leyla says:

    Fantastisk flotte farger og skarphet 🙂

  4. -Eugenia says:

    Aww, it’s nice this beauty was spared by the deer. Your photos are so clear and crisp.

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