I have finally got round to processing some of the photos I've was taking the first couple of months after I moved here. (There are some excuses, because I needed a bunch of things I didn't have like an adapter for my camera, a non-work computer and an internet connection, but also I've been disorganized.)
I'm not particularly proud of most of these, but they do show some bits of Stockholm, some of the fun celebrations I went to in June, and there are some reasonably nice wildlife shots including one of the deer that visit my garden quite regularly.
The deer are all very cute. The cutest ever was a mother with a new baby faun, but they came when there wasn't really enough light for photography.
And you're right, there aren't a lot of fences round here. Sweden doesn't have a legal concept of trespass; unless you're actually directly using a piece of land or water, everyone has the right to go there. So most places are completely open, and even the private gardens are usually quite nominally fenced.
It didn't occur to me to try to stroke the deer. Maybe I could, I don't know. I usually treat wild animals with fairly serious respect. I've generally moved quietly when trying to photograph the deer; they do startle at noise or sudden movement. So I'm guessing not that tame.