Today’s Best Shot is from Jerrod Siegel. Jarrod’s daughter, Debra, writes, “Our Wheaten Terrier, Luna, was in the back yard and got into a staring contest with a deer. [Jerrod] noticed it from inside the house and had time to get his camera and even walk most of the way to the back fence to take this picture.”
Today’s Best Shot is from Jerrod Siegel. Jarrod’s daughter, Debra, writes, “Our Wheaten Terrier, Luna, was in the back yard and got into a staring contest with a deer. [Jerrod] noticed it from inside the house and had time to get his camera and even walk most of the way to the back fence to take this picture.” COURTESY OF JERROD SIEGEL
Today’s Best Shot is from Jerrod Siegel. Jarrod’s daughter, Debra, writes, “Our Wheaten Terrier, Luna, was in the back yard and got into a staring contest with a deer. [Jerrod] noticed it from inside the house and had time to get his camera and even walk most of the way to the back fence to take this picture.” COURTESY OF JERROD SIEGEL

Your Best Shot: Staring contest

March 03, 2014 10:56 AM

UPDATED March 03, 2014 10:57 AM

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