Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Tuesday Farm Photo #2: Mother Nature's Canvas


A Smattering of Color in the Creekbed

Want to see more farm art?
8/28/05:
Discard On Display
9/26/05:
Well Seasoned
9/29/05:
Heart Of Vine
11/27/05:
More Found Art
12/15/05:
The Weathered Look Is Very In Around Here
1/29/06:
Bird Nests Are Definitely Works Of Art
3/30/06:
More Old Stuff Just Hanging Around
8/9/06:
Feather Wait
8/29/06:
Seeing Things
9/16/06:
The Farm Is My Canvas
9/29/06:
Perfect Landing
11/19/06:
Farmyard Still Life
1/6/07:
Precious Farm Jewels
12/15/07:
Still Life With Barbed Wire & Buck Brush
1/27/08:
Fence As Farm Art

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3 comments:

  1. What a pretty picture. I went through and looked at all the prvious ones. And fell in love with Farm Yard still life. I love hay hooks. I have several pairs that are hanging in my shed. I love to see them there even though they are not needed at the moment. One day soon I hope to put them to use again. Loved your dose of cute and of course the heart rocks. Blessings from Missouri's southern heart :)

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  2. I love spring flowers. They don't last long, but they're so lovely.

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