We did a little country road driving (as opposed to sitting on the interstate in traffic/construction) on the way home from the north shore of Lake Superior last night. I stopped at a couple points to take some photos, including, this old church that I have captured before. While I was in the process of getting a shot of the church, two fawns popped out from the woods. We were definitely in heavily-populated deer (and hunting cabin) country, and you see plenty along the road, but this is as close as we have been to any outside of a zoo. My wife and I were thinking that there mother could have been killed on the road and that someone nearby could be feeding them. They actually got closer than the pics would indicate (45mm), but I was futzing around trying to change lenses. Once they figured out that my camera bag contained no grub, they split for the woods. Sigh, I have a lot to learn on things-that-move and/or wildlife photography!