Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Almost Home

















A sandstorm from flood sand drifts leftover from last summer on a very windy day.




 Inky -cap Mushrooms





17 comments:

  1. So many awesome photos! So many questions. What's the boat doing in the middle of a grassy field?

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  2. Cows are so dag gum photogenic!

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  3. A real variety! Good stuff, liked the sandstorm shot.

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  4. wow...grat set of photos. I was born in a farm where I lived until 18 - time to go to college! But I do love the country....and Live in a small town about 15 minutes from my parent's farm.
    Love the photos...but the one of the boot and the other os the boat...are stunning! thank You!

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  5. Hello Steve !
    Once more a great serie.The white peonies are very beautifil. Mines are red.
    Did you lost tour shoe ???

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  6. I love that old little white house. Neat place!

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  7. what great pictures! I want to move into that old house and fix it up. What are those purple flowers on the tall spires?

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  8. Interesting picture with the boot on top of the fence post; wonder what the story is behind that one!

    betty

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  9. Love the boot on the fencepost and the boat in the meadow. :) In one of the flower photos, it looked as if seating had been arranged for a wedding, so I thought maybe the beautiful stone building was a church. Am I right?

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  10. Love ALL of the shots Steve, Beautiful!!
    hughugs

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  11. great selection of photos. That first cow picture I must say the cow does not look pleased :)

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  12. Steve, wonder if that boat got stranded in the field (not likely) OR was it there for some sort of practical joke? Favorite shots today are the cows, no doubt about it, especially that last shot of the baby calf.

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  13. I always love the variety of photos as I scroll down your post. Love the old shoe on the post, the cute calf, and the "castle looking house". Have a great weekend. Mickie :)

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  14. So where did the lake go? I enjoyed the old boot on the fence. Believe it or not one of our neighbors must had close to a hundred of them on the fenceline leading into his farm.... :)

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  15. Lovely shots, Steve. My lamb's ears did not return this year. :(

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  16. Love the top photo with your title. And the old house, the boat adrift on a sea of grass, all wonderful stories here.

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  17. I love, love, Love, the boot on the post.,,,and the barn,,,,heck, love em all.

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