You really have such a great eye. Your pics always make me smile :) Thanks!
I can imagine you feeding the animals, camera swinging from your neck...great photos! And to think that some people pay loads of money to make things look 'antique'!
Bed post or fence post topper.... does it have any "friends"? LOLGreat inspiration of a picture again! As always of course.Have a great day FG!
I wanna see a pic of that sundial too! beautiful...
Just discovered your blog. I love the photos of your animals--especially the sheep. I've been trying to talk my husband into goats and sheep, but he says I'll have to sell a horse or two first! I can't imagine what your feed bill must be with an entire herd of sheep. ;-) I'm a ranch girl from New Mexico who blogs about my horses, dogs, geese, and it's so nice to see someone else blogging about rural life. There's nothing like it!
That sundial says something we should think of more often."I only mark sunny hours"
A so beautiful picture. As Jeff says "you really have such a great eye".
Old purpose: beautiful fencepost!
I love old finials like that.
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