Spy Eye: The Road Show Continues on Route 33 with a Touch of Karma

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Just when it looks like Talbot County will never see another roadshow on St. Michaels Road again given the lack of recent activity, the community’s creative wizard of these whimsical “one view” productions along a fence line facing Route 33 is back in business.

And this year seems to be taking on the theme of karma. As noted in the Spy’s intelligence photos, a hunter is found to be the one hunted and a young buck attacks the foundation of the hunter’s nest.

Its a pity the Spy has been unable so far to identify the actor nor the deer in this one person-one animal assemble.

Letters to Editor

  1. Alice Marie Gravely says:

    Over the years I have so enjoyed the “fantasy” plays performed on Rt. 33 driving to St. Michaels from Easton. Often I would stop and take photos. My terminal ill dad, 350 miles away with no email, would always ask me to bring those pictures with me when I would make my visits to Clifton Forge, Virginia. The images brought him smiles too. Thanks to the elves who put on the show.

  2. And when I zoomed by at dusk today, it looks like the buck now has an impaired hunter impaled on one of its horns and is heading across the road!

    But the story’s not over yet. Maybe he’s taking our clueless hunter off to get help…

    My bet is that the two end up in lawn chairs next to each other, with their feet/hoofs up, sharing a cocktail for Christmas.

    Peace #optimist

  3. Eva Smorzaniuk says:

    I have shared this cautionary diorama with my deer hunting husband.

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