spun gold! spun gold!
Found you on Delicious Days ... I plan to be a regular ... Nice work - fascinating background.
From the perspective, I initially thought that it was a thin tree!
Spun gold it is...and the eye of the beholder, again!
I just found your blog yesterday, and I want to thank you for a glimpse into your wonderful life. I live in an area of PA that has many farms, even though it is quite suburban, and I often wish that I could just drop everything and buy one. Instead, I'll have to live vicariously through you for now!
Annoying weed, most definitely. But one than can be forgiven at times like these.
The light is so perfect
Hi Lacy,Definitely. (At least for that moment.) : )Hi Berlinbound,Welcome to the farm! So glad you found us. I look forward to hearing from you again.Hi Dawn,I went back and looked at the photo after reading your comment, and you're right; it does look like a thin tree. It's so neat for me to be able to see what other people see in my photos. (Oh please ignore that lovely grammar, LOL.)Hi Baking Soda,How did I know you'd choose spun gold? : )Hi Melissa,Welcome to the farm! Thanks so much for taking the time to write and introduce yourself. Living vicariously through me is a great idea--you get all of the farm fun and none of the actual work. : )Hi Kelly,Thank you. Always nice to hear from you.Hi Sam,I am forever amazed by what a little sunlight can do to things.Hi Urban Agrarian,Thank you. Timing is everything!Hi Miss Clare,Why thank you. : )
Why, it's the ever popular spunusgoldenisus annoyavegetae!
Hi Fargirl,How are you? You could turn any weed into spun gold with your camera!!
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