That's what happened to me when I hiked at Cottonwood Park. The dear were very close to me but by the time I noticed them they went up the cliffs and far from me. They stayed in the valley hiding from me. (At least they thought they did.) They stopped for a few minutes pretending to hide behind these old fence posts. They looked adorable as they stared at me. If they could talk human they would probably say: Look out! There is a photographer there. Lets all hide so she can't see us. The young one in the middle would say: if I look away she can't see me for sure.
(Come back to see next week's photo from the park.)