Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Tuesday Farm Photo: A Peaceful Scene

Sheep grazing in the hayfield with their livestock guardian dogs

© FarmgirlFare.com, where sometimes you really need a visual reminder on those days that feel anything but peaceful—no matter who you are or where you live. I certainly needed one today. And of course those sneaky sheep aren't actually supposed to be out in the hayfield, but let's just ignore that part, okay?


  1. Susan, This picture was just what I needed today!!! Thanks for letting us glimpse such peace!

  2. I don't think sheep are good rule obeyers - just a thought - "not supposed to" doesn't computer in sheep brain - eat, eat, eat, sleep, get a drink, avoid deep water, look for treats - those are the most common topics.
    Does look so peaceful and a beauty made more precious by the literal sweat of your brow in working it all!

  3. "And of course those sneaky sheep aren't actually supposed to be out in the hayfield, but let's just ignore that part, okay?"

    That's funny!! :)

  4. That's a beautiful sight to look out upon every day.

  5. So...how did the sheep sneek into the hayfield? Who's the ringleader? Perhaps that little rascal-Bert?

    Beautiful picture - thanks!


  6. What a lovely view. Right now, I am sitting in my downtown office, resting my eyes on that view. What a relief!


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