An exciting adventure looking at the land and the people around me.
A nice selection of shots. So how did you get those turkeys to make that heart shape in the snow :)
Love the turkey pics!
I love all these photos of the wild, enormous spaces. The trsin engine, the little wooden building and so on, just an all American post, thank you.
Lovely snow pictures...but the sunset gets me every time. :)
Such a beautiful series of photos, Steve. You got a great shot of the wild turkeys. It really shows off their colorful feathers. The deer, the chapel, the farm equipment in the snow, and the sunset are all great, too.
You've captured some things I love in these photos: trains, old churches, farm equipment and those beautiful wild turkeys. Buddy's presence seems to be keeping them away this winter. I'm hoping they will still show up.Love the title accompanied by these images.
Waiting for spring. I love the sight of a brightly colored train leaping across the prarie... :)
These were excellent photos. You have a great eye!
Your world is as beautiful as ever!
These a GREAT captures! That colorful train is amazing...I wish we had ones like that around here. Brilliant!
Hello There, Since I've been away from blogging for a week, I have alot of catching up to do. We had a wonderful trip to Arkansas --but it's great to visit with my blog friends. Hope things are going well with you.I always love all of your 'nature' photographs... Love that snow!!!! Love the deer and turkeys also... We didn't see any turkeys in Arkansas this year--but did see lots of deer.Betsy
Great series of photos, I loved the contrast of the train colors to the snow.
Awesome photos Steve! I love the trains!! And of course all the animals too.
I love to watch your beautiful and interesting photos, Steve. I love the colors of the train.
The train is a beauty. Love the vibrant colors. :)
A lovely foray into the woods. I love the train - grew up listening to the whistles.
Very colorful train against the snowy background, Steve. And the farm equipment in the snowy field was great as well. Nice of the turkeys to trot a snow heart too! We have no snow despite it snowing all day on Monday with no accumulations (sigh).
I love the title how perfect for a train. It looks like it's really beginning to melt. Yeah!
Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!