Saturday, July 26, 2008

Saturday Farm Photo: Morning Commute


One of the Mini Flocks Heading out for Breakfast in the Hayfield

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4 comments:

  1. Oh I love this shot of the sheep! That tree of your's really is so beautiful. The swing always reminds me of the swing I had as a little girl that hung from an oak tree in our front yard. :)

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  2. Perhaps Lucky Buddy Bear is out there waiting for a traffic helicopter to report on the commute situation. Great idyllic picture - defines pastoral doesn't it?

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  3. Now THIS is the right way to start your day. What a lovely sight.

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