Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 9/5/06


Another Beautifully Distracting Sky

A year of Daily Photos ago:
Back Rub For Big Chip

6 comments:

  1. Not that your asking, but I see a profile of a face on the sun-highlighted cloud....regardless, very pretty

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  2. I agree with Mike!! that is the first thing I noticed, besides the fact that it is a beautiful picture.

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  3. ...and the face is kinda scary

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  4. What a beautiful photograph! It almost looks like an oil painting........

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  5. I love your story, wish I had the cash to pull something like that off

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  6. Oh...that is is beautiful. I wouldn't have thought to take a picture of the sky when it looks like that...usually people take pictures of "brilliant sunsets."

    thebluestbutterfly
    http://coffeehobby.blogspot.com
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