very pretty pic!
What a gorgeous photo! The Daily Farm Photo is a great idea. It gives readers a little lift eveyr time they log onto your site.I just read on one of your posts from last year how you & Joe have books "on creatures [you] will probably never own: ducks, bees, roses." Never fear! Roses ARE possible, even in humid Missouri! I live in west Georgia (zone 8) and have only old-fashioned varieties, ones resistant to blackspot, mildew, and all those other nasties; I'm SO glad I got them. "Seven Sisters," "American Beauty," "Dr. W. van Fleet," "Zephirine Drouhin," and so on--WOW. They're gorgeous and rarely need any care beyond watering, a good mulch, some fertilizer, and pruning every other year. It's something to consider!
So simple and pretty.These are my favorite kinds of photos.Catharine
hi i just stumbled upon your site,its like a fairytale, living somwhere across the planet, we don't get to experience the beautiful life that you do...thank you for sharing a piece of heaven wif us :)
I love to stop by and check out your Daily Farm Photo!!Amy
I have lilies exactly like these in back of my house, but they don't last long...the deer love them! :o)
Just gorgeous!!** Shaun **My awesome blog: ohpunk.blogspot.com-
Gorgeous photo.My son has started asking me if we can see more of the farm pictures every time he sees me at the computer. :-)You sure make a girl want to chuck it all and move her family to a farm.
I think its even prettier now :)
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