Friday, January 27, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 1/27/06

Stumped For A Clever Caption


  1. certainly a nice shot though.

  2. cheeky? Must be a British thing.

    We just call it 'moss'

  3. Too cute.
    Hope you are having a great day FG!

  4. This is lovely! I love moss and lichens. I finally made your biscotti by the way. I'm making a new batch tonight!

  5. So I'm sitting there trying to think of a caption and look at the tree stump and EUREKA. Jeez, you can tell it's braincell deprived Friday when it takes 3 minutes to get Farmgirl's very bad pun!

  6. LOL-I so knew this was the caption before I scrolled down-LOL

  7. Hi Sam,
    Yep. : )

    Hi Pablo,

    Hi David,
    Now who's being cheeky?

    Hi Heather,

    Hi Laurie,
    The variety of moss and lichens in the woods here is truly amazing. So glad you liked the biscotti! : )

    Hi Kat,

    Hi Alisha,
    Aha! We do think alike!

    Hi Rae,
    Sorry. I know. I had to, though. I really was stumped! : )


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