Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 2/8/06


There's Something About A Sunrise

8 comments:

  1. I love the sunrise-- beautiful pic.

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  2. the sky over your farm is soooo spectacular, 'I am still amazed by it!

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  3. ooo pretty start to a great day! Hope all is well on the farm. Lil Logan is still feeling punky but he's improved over the weekend bout of "ragdoll" behavior.

    Have a great day!

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  4. yes indeed, there is. now if i could only get up early enough...

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  5. Sunrises are gorgeous. I love to see the colors and experience the quietness of the morning.

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  6. What beautiful colors. To me one of the few advantages of the short winter days is that I'm more likely to see the sun rise.

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  7. Oh yes there is. Especially that one.

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  8. beautiful....i dont see much here in the city
    you prob know now why I missed being on the boat
    the sun I see daily.. the sunrise the sunset...

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