Nara Park is one of the oldest public gardens in Japan, where 1,200 amazing sika deer roam freely on the 1,240 acres of ground. The innocent animals share their space with tourists who visit the gorgeous cherry blossoms.
The park had a lot of visitors, but recently, the officials had only allowed locals to enter for few reasons. A Japanese photographer, Kazuki Ikeda, shared some lovely moments online that he encountered at the Nara Park.
The online community has liked the goodly moments that showed a herd of Sika deer having a beauteous time relaxing amid the cherry blossom trees. Such peaceful animals sitting against the backdrop of beautiful trees was something enjoyable.
The photographer had organized a pre-wedding photoshoot that day but captured the pretty animals instead before he started his work. The unforgettable experience looked fantastic because of the cherry blossom season.
Ikeda found some of the deer sitting quietly while the others roamed freely in the park and grazed on the ground filled with petals. The photographer had brought the crunchy crackers being sold near the park to feed the deer.
Anyone visiting the park was allowed to feed the wild deer. When Ikeda offered the snack to the innocent animals, a goodly deer instantly came close to the kind human and took the food from his hand.
Soon, several other deer, who saw the man feeding their friends, walked towards Ikeda and waited for their turn to be provided. The amazing inhabitants of the Nara Park looked comfortable around him and were not scared of any humans.