Sunday, January 22, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 1/22/06


Not Stuck, Just Resting

10 comments:

  1. I don't know what's better, your photos or their bylines :)

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  2. And a fine place to do so!

    Happy weekend, Susan!

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  3. Susan,

    Jeez I love your photos.

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  4. Beautiful photo ... it really makes one stop and think!

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  5. gosh those wind
    pushing me like mad
    I need a break

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  6. This is just the break I needed from a knitting project that I am stuck on. So I guess this would be just resting right??

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  7. I don't think I can top what anyone said. I think your photos are amazing, they DO make you think and you have great titles to boot. I sure wish I had an eye as well-developed and creative as yours. :D

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  8. Another treasured shot from our favorite foodie blogger!

    Hope your having a great weekend Farmgirl!

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  9. Wait, are the seasons reverse where you are? Ha, looks like a beautiful fall day there :)

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  10. How do you manage to capture such great images? You must be very observant. It's always a nice surprise to see what's waiting when I come here each day.
    Take care, Susan.

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