I read someplace that new fawns are left by their mothers so predators not scent the mother but attack the fawn who can't defend or escape.
Fawns have no scent at birth so are not a threat to be found if mom is a distance away.
Mom will return when it is safe later and take care of the baby at that time.
I also read not to be surprised that baby fawn can be found deposited in safe locations different daily.
I saw pictures of a fawn being left outside a garage door in a soft garden bed of plants but no predator was going to come their to hurt that baby...and the people in that home, well, they fed and provided food for the deer during times when there was none, those humans would not let them starve so...well, baby is safe.
fuddy...you did good.
Pictures speak of a healthy alert baby, but one waiting not in distress for mom to return and she will.
Maybe mom will show you that baby standing with her and you'll get another opportunity to have a once in a lifetime moment of such innocent beauty within your cameras reach to record.