Saturday, November 17, 2007

Farm Photo 11/17/07: Random Barn Shot


For Those Who Wanted More Fall Color (Taken 10/26)

A year of Farm Photos ago:
11/15/06: Autumn Oriental Greens
11/16/06: Yep, Bear's A Leaf Roller
11/17/06: Sometimes Everything Else Is Just Background

And two years ago:
11/15/05: And They're Off!
11/16/05: Same Scene, New View
11/17/05: We're Having A Bit Of A Cold Snap (I love this photo)

And out of the kitchen came:
Oatmeal Toasting Bread (Today is Homemade Bread Day!)
Beer Bread Recipe Update: The Whole Wheat Version

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7 comments:

  1. That is so beautiful, it looks like such a place to be. Here at my house all those leaves have blown off, and I cannot keep up with picking them up. I just leave the ones under the azaleas to provide protection from the cold and they eventually turn to mulch. oops, I did not mean to give farm girl tips.HaHa!!!

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  2. Beautiful fall photo! Makes your heart rate slow down just to look at it!

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  3. Random though it might be - loverly. The barn seems to be snuggled in, all cozy knowing that the cold stuff isn't far off!

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  4. Your pictures just make me more excited about moving to Mo. We have been out 3 times looking at land(all in the southern counties...along Arkansas border...from Springfield east and south)
    I just "found" your site and have spent much too much time reading it but it just brings everything into perspective for me!!! Thank you and God bless!!

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  5. I do love the pictures of your farm in the fall. We have just started turning colors here at the beach about 2 weeks ago. They said there wouldn't be much color due to our lack of rain, but no one told the trees that thankfully!

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  6. What a beautiful color palette!

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  7. Fabulous picture it makes me want to be there. You have a talent with the camera and I enjoy your pictures very much and your stories of daily life down on the farm.

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