Friday, November 28, 2014

The End Of A Month

 


Taking it easy for the holiday


Hickory nuts at the bottom of a tree eaten possibly by the next picture.

Best buck so far




I want this moved to my yard but it won't fit in my truck. It has fell out of the lake bank in the last couple months. I like the vein running through it. This piece possibly came to Iowa from up on the Great Lakes through glacial drift and weighs over 3000 pounds. 



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  1. Really impressive landscape and wildlife shots straight from the change of the seasons.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. That rock is so neat. I love the strip through it.

    You asked about my plans for Francie. I am not sure. I'd be open to finding her the right home, if someone really wanted her. I got her green broke but needs a lot more time in the saddle - I haven't had much time to ride her lately. Or I'm okay with just keeping her at our place and letting her hang. She isn't any trouble, now that I've worked with her so much. And she's a good friend to my quarterhorse. Except he hates her when she goes in heat. She is kind of snippy then.

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    1. IT LOOKS FUNNY TO SEE THE LITTLE EARS ON THE WHITE TAILS. WE SEE MOSTLY MULE DEER.

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  3. that's a great rock. I would want it too.

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  4. Oh oh oh! That big buck is gorgeous! Nice rack!
    Love the hanging ice. It looks like bats hanging! Lol!
    Beautiful pics.
    Cheri

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  5. What a unique buck! Thanks for listening to the geese for me. Wish I was closer, I would help you move that rock! I love moving rocks.

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  6. Those deer should be looking for a good hiding spot since it'll be open season on them in a couple days. That's a nice rack on that buck.
    That rock is awesome. I thought that strip was something laying on it when I first looked at it

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  7. Love these pictures, especially the island across the lake view. Couldn't you get all your friends to start rolling that rock? I love it too.

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  8. That's one big rock there! I see them once in a while in fields around here.

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