Nature is simply overflowing with amazing sights and sounds and recently this was once again confirmed. We had the opportunity of photographing a newborn fawn but not just your normal everyday run of the mill brown fawn. Now don't get me wrong. any fawn is a sight to behold but a white fawn is over the top. I might add that that it gets even better because there wasn't just one, there were actually two. We had an awesome evening photographing this wonder of nature. Early in the evening the fawn was very wary of us. We tried to give it enough space so as to not feel threatened but as the night went on it seemed to realize that we weren't going to do it any harm and it was quite calm and allowed us to capture many memorable images.
This was so amazing for us because this would be the second pair of albino fawns that we have photographed within three years. I might point out that albino fawns are quite rare but if a mother gives birth to a pair of fawns and one is white it's almost a sure thing that both will be Albino. While these two had the pink ears, nose and hooves they did not have the pink eyes. Their eyes were blue which is common for a fawn. The eyes will darken as they age. Also take note in some of the pictures that the spots are still evident although not as obvious as on a normal fawn.
Our evening with the Albino fawns was a night we won't soon forget.