Monday, November 27, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 11/27/06


If you look up and see this, you're about to get wet. Very wet.

A year of Daily Photos ago:
More Found Art
Plus: Much About Mint for WHB #8
And: Bear & I Finally Got The Garlic Planted

10 comments:

  1. In Ireland it looks like this all the time! Here it means either its raining, or its about to rain!

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  2. Well...here on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, we've had two straight days and one night of heavy snowfall and it's virtually shut down the whole area! I'll take rain clouds any day...

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  3. Hi!
    You have a beautiful place where you live

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  4. What a beautiful, surreal scene!!! You captured it so well (which can, too often, be hard to do with a camera). Thank you for sharing with us.

    Ellen

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  5. I love the rain!

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  6. At what point did the theme song for Darth Vadar start playing? Dum dum dum dum dadum dum dadum...

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  7. I have often stopped by your blog but never left a comment... yet I always appreciate it when people leave comments on my blog! So I thought I would say that I really enjoy your blog. I love the daily photos. And I love reading about a lifestyle that is very different from mine, albeit similar in some ways (I left a city of 1 million to do family medicine in a town of 60,000... kind of rural, I guess!)

    Keep up the good work...

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  8. yea for thunderstorms!! :D

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