Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 12/5/06

Same Scene, New View


This Was My Favorite Hayfield Landscape In Mid-June




This Was Mid-October




And This Is Now

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21 comments:

  1. slowtypinwoman12/05/2006 12:19 PM

    As they say," If you don't like the weather, wait 10 minutes." ha ha
    Looks like you still have a little snow left. We had 3 inches of ice then 6 inches of snow, and have been off school since Thursday last week. I love to look at if from inside standing next to the wood stove. ;) Stay warm.

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  2. What beautiful pictures!!! That looks like a very serene place to be anytime of the year. Love it!!

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  3. that winter view is stunning!

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  4. I live near Kansas City and can relate to the changing seasons quite well. I love how you've captured them here. Can't wait to see the Spring... photos and the season.

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  5. I like your Farmgirl Fair and HOPE I can have one in the future. I will come back very often. Welcome to my Sunflower blog too:-)

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  6. asteriskannie12/05/2006 3:32 PM

    Does anybody else see the heart shaped open spot in the clouds in the mid-October picture?

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  7. Gorgeous. It's wonderful that you have the eye and the heart to see the beauty in every season.

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  8. I have been slack & not visited in a few days and Im saddend to read about the passing of Lindy Chicken :(xx (((hugs))) for whitey 000xxx000

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  9. Each photo made me smile! Oh how I miss the seasons... :(

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  10. I love this view! Very beautiful...

    I'd love to be where you are at any time of the year!

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  11. This morning, here in the inland valley of San Diego county (where I live) it was 30 degrees...and we do get frost on winter mornings that mimics snow on our rooftops and lawns...and I love it. But I cannot wait until we move and we get a real change in the weather for winter. But for now, I will enjoy yours.

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  12. Hey, that's amazing! Wow!

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  13. how beautiful, take a romp in the snow for me!!

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  14. baby cary is 7 months old today (the 6th!) HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

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  15. pretty pretty and pretty

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  16. Just wanted to say I'm new around here but I love your blog ... but then, anyone with appreciation for seasons, good bread, and self-declared adorable donkeys is right in my book. :)

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  17. Love the scene. I'm in southern IN, trees and hills make me feel right at home anywhere!

    I especially like how different the sky is in each shot. I've always wondered if I was the only one to notice the change in the quality and clarity of the blue...glad to know I'm not alone!! :D

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  18. Oh each one is just life enhancing. There is so much therapy to be had from your pictures and your farm.

    Thank you FG!

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  19. I love your same scene: new view photos. This winter one is particularly beautiful. As always, thank you so much for brightening my day.

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