I made a couple of trips this week to the quiet lanes and back roads of Bowland. I was hoping for a sighting of roe deer which I had seen earlier in the year. It was very much quieter than on previous visits. Most of the breeding birds ,lapwing, curlew etc seemed to have gone and the number of hares seen was only two. The meadow grasses had been harvested and there was nowhere to hide.I did however manage some close ups of a couple of brown hares which posed nicely for me in the evening sun.On my return journey over the fells the light was fading and a couple of roe deer had come out to feed. They were about seventy yards away and allowed some shots as I stopped the car nearby.I would have liked them to be much nearer but was pleased to have managed a few shots to round off my evening in Bowland.The roe deer buck and doe are shown below together with the obliging brown hares.I have also included some images of the lovely landscapes together with the sun setting behind a distant Beacon Fell.Hope you enjoy the images and thanks for looking in.