This morning as I drew back the curtains on a bright and sunny morning, I spotted a small conifer in the neighbour's garden which seemed to be waggling violently in the wind. On closer inspection, I saw that the movement was caused, not by the wind, but by this muntjac deer rubbing it's 'antlers' on the tree's bark.
By the time I'd rushed down and up the stairs to retrieve my camera, the deer was wandering off through the neighbour's insecure back fence. My first picture was a bit of a wobble.
The second was better, but by this time only its rear end was visible. Oh dear! One day I'll treat myself to that nice new camera....
Dawn's Sunday Scrapbook pictures are far superior to mine today - but then she has sorted herself out with a superior camera and lens!