Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Wednesday Dose of Cute: New Photos from an Old Year, Part 2

I carry my camera with me everywhere around the farm and snap thousands of photos each year, most of which never make it up on these pages. This is part two of a random assortment of personal favorites still sitting in my 2010 monthly 'to post' files, shown in the order they were taken. You can find Part One here. Part three will be devoted to that cute overload known as spring lambing season. Farewell 2010!

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Lots more photos below. . .

19 comments:

  1. like walking along with you in a fast forwarded part of your life - I am lusting for a piece of pie now - thank goodness nothing resembling pie in the house!

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  2. I enjoyed all those...but give me that pie! Yummy.

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  3. So many beautiful pictures!
    I especially liked the ones with the green butterfly(?), the "cat on the roof" and the frog.

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  4. All of these are wonderful photos. I am especially drawn to baby donkey photos. However, the beauty of summer is breathtaking and something to look forward to in January! Thanks for sharing. I must go look at them again!

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  5. LOVE LOVE LOVE :) They are all wonderful! I especially love the donkey shots and the one of the cat on the chicken 'coop'!

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  6. What lovely shots of the new donkey!!! Are they called foals? Whatever they are, they're too sweet for words.

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  7. EngineerChic1/06/2011 8:18 AM

    Marta in the puddle & Joe being pestered by a baby donkey are my favorites :) BTW - I'm glad you posted a pic of one of those giant green moths before I ever saw one in real life. Those things are scary-big (for a moth) and I wouldn't have thought "Oh, a sweet moth" if I hadn't been forewarned about their existence.

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  8. OK, I was feeling the lovely heat of summer....and then I got to the last picture.

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  9. Again I thank you for posting these. I especially like the Birds On A Wire (real, barbed wire!). And how did you keep Mr. Frog from jumping right off your hand long enough to get your camera that close?

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  10. Wow! Just love all those photographs, it's amazing that you get anything else done! Though you did shock me with the pie photo. I can just smell it now....

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  11. Another round of beautiful pictures.

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  12. Can't wait to be formally introduced to your new puppy. Hope the intro includes lots of pictures!!!!!

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  13. I am amazed at how polished your manicure looks with that frog! LOL. I wish I had hands like yours - and that may have a double meaning, given that awesome looking pie. <3

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  14. Great pictures, thank you for sharing them with us. It occurs to me, though, having followed your blog for some time now, that there IS ONE photo that IS missing--one of YOU! When do we get to see the mystery woman behind the great words and images? :)

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  15. The Luna Moth is wonderful! And the Morning Glories on the barbed wire makes me smile.
    Thank you so much for sharing the pics of your life!

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  16. I love your site and have checked in with you for several years. My family is from Missouri, so your pictures and all remind me how much I would love to be there. Oh - and love the recipes.

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  17. So many good ones, but I think I loved the cat on the chicken coop the best!

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  18. Mmm, morning glories and blueberry pie and a blue Missouri sky - the best kind of blues!

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