UNIONTOWN, Ohio (WJW) — Carol Schell Letosky isn’t any stranger to nature.
She’s from Copley, the place she was surrounded by wildlife like deer and now lives along with her husband, Ron, in Uniontown off the Tuscarawas River, the place bald eagles abound.
However the morning of July 10, she noticed one thing unusually magical.
“That morning I used to be sitting outdoors consuming espresso with the digicam, and the deer have been enjoying,” mentioned Letosky, who began snapping. “I didn’t know what I had till I processed them.”
She’d noticed a mom and two fawns splashing and enjoying within the river with the morning solar shining on the water.
She shared her sequence of images with the Fb group, Ohio Through A Lens. Her put up obtained almost 9,000 reactions — a report for any put up on the web page — with followers and photographers telling her she’d skilled a once-in-a-lifetime alternative.
Letosky mentioned she isn’t even knowledgeable photographer. She and her husband obtained into the interest when the pandemic started.
“When COVID hit, we retired. We’ve got a home alongside the river and determined to get a digicam as a result of we get bald eagles, deer, migrating birds,” she mentioned. “We simply began photographing.”
Her husband learn up on pictures and their digicam, however they haven’t any formal coaching.
“I mentioned to my husband after 27 years, we lastly discovered one thing we love to do collectively,” she mentioned.
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