Thursday, May 12, 2016

What,There's More?





This looked like a butterfly or moth.



I made some soup stock with these two.

Wild farm children.
"I didn't use my coat, it is Mom's."
The sun catches a reflection off a silver conveyor.
 A town slides out from underneath a fog bank.
The river has risen rapidly overnight.
A creek overflows down through the valley.

Life continues, out on the prairie.

16 comments:

  1. I envy you some of that rain. We really need some. Not getting any morels, for one thing!

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  2. Those are some great looking morels. And those adorable kids look like they're having a great time.

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  3. It looks like you've had a very successful Morrel season. I love the "it's Mom's coat" attitude. Beautiful fog pictures, too.

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  4. Wow- good finds! I have never ever seen a morel mushroom anywhere around here, but I have heard of folks going on safari to find them. Must taste yummy!

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  5. Those morrels are really something. i can't believe the size of them

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  6. Your pictures today look so Iowa. The rains have filled the Big Sioux to overflowing too.

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  7. Those are some good looking morels!

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  8. I need to just do like you do and get out even if it's a little bit rainy. I can see by your pictures that there's plenty of good stuff to see.

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  9. Really nice set of photos! It's wet here too!

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  10. Hi Steve - fantastically happy shots ... so good to see them all and so much variety ... love it and the thought of the soup stock ... enjoy the weekend - cheers Hilary

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  11. What fantastic pictures!
    Have you had flooding issues?

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  12. Just stopped by to say, thanks for the follow:)
    Have a perfect Sunday.

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