Saturday, December 15, 2007

Farm Photo 12/15/07: Farm Art


Still Life With Barbed Wire & Buck Brush

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6 comments:

  1. Farm art indeed! Just lovely! You have such a great eye for photography.

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  2. Nature really is a better artist but it takes the right eyes to see it - thanks for keeping your eyes open for all of us! Bless you - beautiful cold Sunday morning here in N. Texas - ready for spring now! LOL

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  3. I always love your photography - your eye for a good photo is incredible.

    On another note, I was wondering if you could offer an opinion on the role of your local veterinarian in the care of the sheep or other livestock that you raise. There is more information in my most recent post, and I would really appreciate it if you would stop on by and give it a read-through.

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  4. This picture is stunning - I love to check in on your blog each week. Thanks you!

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  5. How beautiful is that? I wish I had your eye for photography. The ice storm we just had would make a lovely photograph.

    Thanks!

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  6. Hi Farmgirl, I recently stumbled upon your blog while checking out great recipes and facinating info that Lehmans offers on their site. I'm really glad I did, as all of your other fans, I've really enjoyed reading about your transition into country life, it really seems to suit you! About the picture, I think it would of made a beautiful Christmas card this year! I too live in a very rural area, however we are on a Federal Indian Reservation. Only have had electric about the last 6 years. Have a wonderful Christmas!!

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