I see Bambi eyes, yes – but what I really saw and wondered about was the antlers in velvet – How does he know to clean up those antlers – His first ones you know? do they itch, hurt, — why rub it off? I think it looks nice — That was what I saw when I took this scene with my camera. I said I must try to see him scrape the velvet off. I take my camera and go hunting.
I failed on my hunting mission – but I did get to see the results – Wow – It looks bloody and raw – wonder if it hurts? Why rub it off?
This is my perfect storm – I see it my way – from my vantage point inside it is beautiful!!!
By the foundation of my barn I see a beautiful mushroom – I was told in this stage of growth it is safe to eat — SAY I, I DO NOT PICK AND EAT WILD MUSHROOM _ OR MOST OTHER WILD PLANTS! But I did see it a a thing to watch and see what happened over the next 24 hours – I could have thought about the shades of brown and cream – and how to create them on the canvas with my brush – but rather I returned 24 hours later with camera in hand to see what happened when it was not safe to eat!
Twenty four hours later – WOW – Look at the black ooze on the side of the door frame – Just twenty four hours to get really old – It took me at least 70 years to get really old!
In my garden I see a guy like this often – I watch and marvel at his smooth movement – searching tongue – darting eyes – and yes his tight skin – I just know it is time to get a new suit – That is what I see in this scene – Tomorrow I must hunt for his old suit – do not think I can donate it – it will not be wearable by others. But I go hunting – That is what I see when me and mister snake encounter each other – Not sure what he sees – or what you see.
My hunt has been rewarded – right by my back door – See, my earlier view of the garden snake gave me a goal – find the old suit – and I did – the hunt was fun!
I saw it my way! You saw it your way! Hope it was fun and a wonder of nature for both of us.