Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Tuesday Farm Photo: A Fresh New Day


Our Morning Mist Is Back

Want to see more hazy photos?
8/3/05: Breakfast Under The Mist
8/10/05: View Through The Dew
8/26/05: These Misty Summer Mornings Feel So Peaceful
9/25/05: I Can't Resist These Pink Sunrises
10/11/05: Sheep Into The Mist
11/22/05: From Out Of The Fog, A Little Beagle Dog
11/26/05: October & November Same Scene, New View
3/12/06: Misty Morning Rose Lamb
5/25/06: Donkey In The Mist
8/16/06: Misty Morning Peace - Stop & Breathe It In
11/23/06: Thankful To Call This Place Home
1/1/07: Two Trees Dancing Under The Morning Mist
12/13/07: Slow Traffic Ahead
12/14/07: Good Next Door Neighbors

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6 comments:

  1. This peaceful quiet stuff is what I miss living in NYC (although sometimes you can get it if you're up early enough and in the right spots). Beautiful!

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  2. Our sheep have finally had some grass to eat, but they were just wild for the hay yesterday. I guess the grass isn't quite enough to support them yet. But soon enough we'll be into the all-grass and less maintenance season.

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  3. Beautiful...peaceful...This picture is wonderful...wish my mornings were so serene.

    I enjoy your blog very much. Thanks for sharing your corner of the world.

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  4. I love this picture. Serene...

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  6. Beauty! Yes, thanks for sharing.
    I recognize that kind of setting from my state. We have some beauty like that luckily down here in the Ozarks.
    I just wish it were my backyard.

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