Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Farm Photo 9/25/07: It's All In The Light


Inspiration For The First Stained Glass Window?

A year of of Farm Photos ago:
9/24/06:
The Ears Tell The Story
9/25/06:
Morning Sun Having Fun

Two years ago:
9/24/05:
Look What Flew Into My Photo
9/24/05:
WCB #16 Window Washing
9/25/05: I Can't Resist These Pink Sunrises
9/25/05:
Lucky Buddy Bear Happy In His Hay Cubby

And out of the kitchen came:
Pita, Pita, It's Time To Eata! My search for the perfect pita bread recipe, plus delicious things to do with unpuffed pitas.

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9 comments:

  1. Just gorgeous! God makes great things! Wonderful photo.

    Ellen P.

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  2. Lovely - autumnal-perfect - nuff said.

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  3. I can't tell from that angle, but is that Poison Ivy? It always turns red first in the fall here in South Carolina. And I always say Ivy looks like it would be such a nice plant...not at all mean. :0)

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  4. I was browsing around your blog today and I must say--it is very interesting! I love your photos and recipes and all the things you share. I just wanted to drop you a line to say so. I've bookmarked your blog and plan to visit again. It's nice to "meet" you. Have a beautiful autumn day!

    Arielle

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  5. I have been to your blog many many times and I have referred many of my friends to your blog specifically for the PITA post...It is delicious and I love all of your posts...

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  6. So pretty! I haven't seen much red or yellow yet; we have a lot of green here in Wisconsin, at least in the city.

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  7. Oh this photo is sooooo lovely and wonderful! I've been enjoying photographing leaves in the autumn light too. So enchanting. Your photo is exactly what my heart yearns for this time of year. Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

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  8. I found a recipe for whole wheat pitas that really works in the 'Laurel's Kitchen' cookbook.

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  9. I love this photo. thanks for sharing your home with us.

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