Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 8/9/06


Feather Wait

A year of Daily Photos ago: Robin's Smile Is Infectious

9 comments:

  1. ...thinks of the feather in Forrest Gump

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  2. You take beautiful photographs.

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  3. Sadly, Lindy learned too late that she could not fit her entire body between the wall and the poultry fence, it was too much of a strain. ;-)

    Lovely photo, Farmgirl.

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  4. Beauty is all around us. You do a great job of spotting it and sharing it with us.

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  5. I think Tree just called Lindy (the chicken) fat....

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  6. Skye Bird-dee in Texas thinks that Lindy has some lovely feathers. Skye's feathers are the color of --- the sky! Skye's feathers are also smaller, as she is a dainty little parrolet, living the life of the city girl in the burbs. Skye says, "Hi!" to Lindy.

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  7. Hi Susan
    A friend pointed me here from my Live Journal blog. So far I'm enjoying your entries very much.
    I can see why our friend (can't think of who it was this minute..) thought I might like you, we have several things in common. I'm not trying to run a farm in Missouri, but I am doing my best to care for a California ranch as well as my San Francisco place.
    In any case I just thought I'd say hi.

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