This image was a dead giveaway. It's most definitely a message from my grandpa Jack (who passed away in 2004 of brain cancer). My grandparents lived out on a river in the middle of the woods. There's lots of wildlife out there. Everything from moose to eagles to cranes to wolves to bobcats to raccoons. The most abundant, though, is the deer.
My grandpa used to love the deer. They'd always be in their yard eating the birdseed throughout the winter. And they were so tame that they'd come up and eat right out of our hands. My grandparents would have as many as 50 deer in the yard at once. It was quite the sight.
But yeah, the minute I got this image I knew it was from him. This was from my first session, and it was the first animal I captured. It's very clear, too. You can see ears, a deer-like body, and a deer-like nose.
That's how close the deer would get. They'd walk right up to the sliding glass door and beg for food. We'd always toss bread out to them. Anyways, just thought I'd point this specific image out from this session.