Driving past the old parade ground in Cape Henlopen State Park this afternoon, I saw a small heard of deer grazing by the tree line. This is not unusual; the Whitetail Deer feel safe enough to graze there most of the year.
What caught my eye, though, was an apparently all-white deer. I had to try for a photo.
This was taken at a distance and with a bit of zoom. It is not as sharp as I would like. In addition, the white deer seemed to shine in the late-day sun. I was not able to get it properly in focus.
Are there albino deer? There seem to be. From my quick research, I'm guessing that this was either an albino or a piebald deer.
I was also fascinated to find references to a legend of a Great White Deer from the Lenape people who first lived in this area.