For the weekly Photo Challenge: pedestrian.
The deer teach their young to cross in our small town. I visited the DC/Baltimore corridor earlier this year and saw rows of vultures waiting on the light poles at overpasses: because these are 14 or 16 lane highways. How can a deer cross? And I saw vultures around a dead deer along 495.
Here is the photo just before, mom leading.
And mom considering my appearance, also a pedestrian.
And the youngster hesitating and then crossing.
Twilight used to be the risk time for deer when I was a child in upstate New York. In town here, the deer congregate and cross at any time of day. Where there is one there may be three or more.