Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Daily Farm Photo 12/20/06: Zen Donkey


Goodbye Autumn

I remember this day. The sheep were grazing in the hayfield, and Donkey Doodle Dandy
was right out there with them of course, but he wasn't eating. His head was up, and he stood gazing at the glorious autumn colors on the hillside. This went on for quite a while. It was as if he was in some deep meditative state, being one with nature if you will. Then I finally realized that he was probably asleep.

A year of Daily Photos ago:
Farewell To Fall (My Favorite Season In Missouri)

3 comments:

  1. Meditating, asleep, one with Nature. It's all about the same thing, isn't it?

    SB (Just made some DD shaped Christmas cookies)

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  2. Awe Dan was enjoying himself in the sun!

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  3. LOL! The way you worded this post cracked me up. Dan, at peace with himself, sheep, and nature...but he's asleep!

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