That is an incredible picture! I like the blueish hue, it looks so serene.
I imagine she's trying to decide whether to join the flock in the cold exposed landscape OR just go inside with mom and eat oats off the floor. She's so smaht.
Hi Susan - What a pretty & serene picture - trade you - we have gotten about 18" of snow in the past three days here in the top corner of the Pacific NW & they are forcasting maybe another 6-8" on Thursday night. (much to the dismay of my DH who has dug our driveway out twice now!) Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving! Best wishes from B'ham! Tina
Wow - sure wish that was the only decision I needed to make each day...whether to join the flock or just relish the quiet of being by myself for a few...the peacefulness of that open area is too enticing!
I love this photo. Jane
That's incredible, FG. How you framed this shot is just beautiful, and the palette of colors is so early-fall-frosty-morning pretty.As always, great job.
i just got my tickets for moving to senegal in january. for many reasons i'm going to HAVE to find some way to periodically access internet, but one big reason is to keep viewing your daily utopic photos! and it is SO MUCH FUN seeing your cary grow!!! now that i have my tix, the excitement is lessening and the reality setting in, and one thing that i'm worried about missing, along with oreos and milkshakes, is these lovely pictures each day!
Could be that she's trying to decide whether to be a follower or a leader!
Beautiful photograph, FG. It evokes many emotions. Thank you for your insightful eye.Cape Cod Kitty
I love that picture! I think she's just enjoying the view too.
Beautiful photo! Sort of like a Titian painting with the light ...I guess I need to upgrade my camera, all my pics of our snow didn't capture it the scene as well as you do in your pics...
I LOVE that photo!!
Oh wow. This is an amazingly beautiful photo!
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