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Gentle Deer Photobombs Sleeping Baby In Unforgettable Image

"Maggie" has a habit of showing up during photo sessions.

A deer with a great sense of timing helped to create the perfect autumn baby photo.

Photographer Megan Rion of Imagine That Photography was doing a photo shoot with baby Conner in Sam Houston Jones State Park in Moss Bluff, Louisiana, when a local deer nicknamed Maggie stopped by to check out the scene, according to KPLC, the NBC station in nearby Lake Charles.

"We had the set up for baby Conner all fixed and we were trying to console him and get him into position while Maggie just strolled up behind us," Rion told CountryLiving.com.

The result was pure magic:

Rion told Fox 8 that her assistant used an ear of corn that was part of the autumn-themed photo shoot to get Maggie to look straight.

"Not only did she look my way, she came up calmly walking towards baby Conner and our set-up," Rion said. "I got a couple shots then we were done.”

Maggie, a rescued deer who lives in the park and is known for her gentle nature and trust of humans, has been something of a regular photobomber at Rion's sessions.

"We've seen her in about five different photo shoots," Rion told ABC News. "I didn't even know she was going to show up at the spot where I like to take pictures at."

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