Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Tuesday Farm Photo: Spring Still Life


Wildflowers in the Creekbed

Found art and farm beauty are everywhere:
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
2/19/08: Eco Art or Washed Up Junk?
5/13/08: Mother Nature's Canvas
6/13/08: Cloudy Morning Sparkle
2/4/09: Still Snowed In but Slowly Defrosting

© Copyright 2009 FarmgirlFare.com, the purple loving foodie farm blog where, as we struggle to get our tidy beds of vegetables to grow and our cultivated flowers to flourish, the tenacity of the wild plants that thrive and bloom around the farm without any help from us is a constant spring source of amazement.

4 comments:

  1. ooooooh! i LOVE that photo! quite lovely and wonderful composition!! : )

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  2. Spring is the best time in the flower gardens--the spring flowers come up all by themselves and they aren't choked out by weeds yet. Though I can see the choking starting. Bummer.

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  3. Just beautiful! Don't you just love spring?

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  4. My gawd, you still take the most beautiful pictures and need to turn these into artwork. :)

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