Friday, January 13, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 1/13/06


Defrosting

12 comments:

  1. YAY I am first!
    Wow that is unbeleivably beautiful!

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  2. Wow, is that gorgeous. Happy Friday, Susan :)

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  3. Pretty day! Thank you for sharing!

    Have a great day FG!

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  4. Have you ever seen the movie Watcher in the Woods?? Great pic, very spooky!!!

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  5. Great photo Susan! Have a good weekend

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  6. Quit with the pictures! Everyone is going to want to move to Missouri and then we won't be able to afford to live here anymore......

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  7. What an amazing shot.

    Hope you're well...

    xo

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  8. Farmgirl, that is an amazing picture - it looks like an opening to a magical film or play. Wow. You feel as though you could walk right into the picture.
    Cool.

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  9. I so totally agree with Kat!

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  10. wails my god, your light!!! it's day 26...or 27...of straight rain. Feet of the stuff. Gray, gray, gray. I haven't gotten a decent day to take a picture in a week. pout

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  11. great to see light been so boring grey in Athens.

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