Monday, October 17, 2005

Daily Farm Photo 10/17/05: Fall Color By The Barn


Not Everything Happens Slowly In The Country

Click
here to see this same view just ten days ago.

14 comments:

  1. That hill is amazing! Look at all of those trees.

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  2. Wow. That before and after was so different. Hard to believe that it was just 10 days ago! It must be a lovely view to look at every day!

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  3. So amazing! The before/after is quite pronounced. So jealous again!

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  4. Susan,

    The prociutto bread is up: http://seriouslygood.kdweeks.com/2005/10/prosciutto-bread.html

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  5. Oh, yeah, I would love to see that out my back window everyday. Love the contrast, too!

    Amy

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  6. Hmm, I'll bet it smells better there, than it does here. I believe if I were blind, I'd still like it there.

    Biggles

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  7. We do get a changing of the leaves in Phoenix...but it's usually becuase I forget to water the trees enough and they go from green to brown... =:0

    Beautiful picture - and what a contrast from 10 days ago. :)

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  8. PS - The Word Verification word this time was "cashew"...I think it's another sign from the sheep gods, who we do NOT want to anger....

    Would I make this up? Look at this face! *insert face here*

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  9. We hardly ever have color down here in Texas. This year especially as it has been so dry. It makes me want to move further north.

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  10. wow that colour change is HUGE!

    *sigh"8 the leaves don't colour here.. and almost all natives are evergreens

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  11. Hi Everyone,
    Yes, the color change this year has been really dramatic. But the leaves have to turn quickly--if we ever had more than two weeks in a row of glorious weather and scenery, everyone would find out about it and move here. : )

    Hi Bill,
    Welcome to the farm! Better move fast--these leaves will all be brown within days. : )

    Oh Jeff,
    I'm trying to believe you. Really. But please. Is the 'gullible' light flashing that brightly on my forehead today?

    Kevin,
    I'm not going over there until I'm really, really full.

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  12. Susan,

    "I'm not going over there until I'm really, really full."

    Wimp.

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