Thursday, November 19, 2009

Thursday Farm Photo: Misty Morning Light


Shining on a Brand New Day (& Silly & her Darling Daughter) — Stop and Breathe It In

It's beautiful outside! I'm finishing up a long farm story post that will hopefully be posted tonight, but in the meantime I thought I'd share a glimpse of our morning in case you could use some peaceful scenery.

I've been out checking on the critters, soaking up the sun, surveying the grass situation in the front field (not bad for this time of year, though nothing like it was in June of course), unloading the several hundred pounds of sheep and donkey treats I picked up yesterday in town, watching a high-flying gaggle of geese heading south for the winter (one of the neatest things about living here), and even doing little impromptu donkey manure spreading in the kitchen garden. (And you thought we just kept the donkeys around for their entertainment value.)

I don't know about you, but this kind of light always feels rejuvenating to me. It's so invigorating and full of hope—like anything you might possibly dream up can happen.

Want to see more misty mornings?
7/6/05: Misty Morning Sunrise
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

2/19/06: Five Seasonal Views of the Haybarn
3/12/06:
Misty Morning Rose Lamb
5/13/06: Morning Mist Rising off the Wet Weather Creek
5/25/06:
Donkey In The Mist
5/29/06: Sun Hits Morning 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

4/8/08: A Fresh New Day
8/17/08: Quiet for Breakfast
12/11/08: My Favorite View, No Matter What the Season

8/23/09: Morning Peace (I love this series)

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5 comments:

  1. I just love you and your animals and your life! Looks to me like you work hard and truly enjoy life..me too! If you ever get a minute.. Come say hi :D

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  2. This is a stunning photo Susan! Absolutely beautiful. I love how the sheep are past the shadow in a new light. Just gorgeous.

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  3. Beautiful photo. Nice sunshine. I love peaceful mornings like that.

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  4. Wow - excellent capture of the light - love the sun rays! You've got a truly striking photo. Not to mention beautiful surroundings.

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  5. entertainment and fertilizer, too? those donkeys are multi-talented.

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