Saturday, March 17, 2012

Saturday Farm Photo: Things Are Greening Up

the hayfield on St. Patrick's Day morning - FarmgirlFare.com
Looking out across the hayfield this morning (this is part of what we see out the kitchen and bedroom windows of the new house - it's beautiful year round).

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

More hayfield photos? Here.
More farm landscapes? Here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, living green and looking green—and getting ready to pay a little tribute to my Irish heritage. Cheers!

3 comments:

  1. I do believe I'd never leave such a serene and beautiful place.
    That's the tree and swing of my dreams.
    So glad you shared.

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  2. Thanks for sharing some Missouri green for St. Patrick's Day! Slainte!!

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  3. What a beautiful view! I could look at that scene everyday, too.

    Once again, thanks so much for sharing all the new farm babies with us. Those pictures of the mamas, babies, dogs - a little bit of farm heaven for those of us with 'farm envy'. :)

    Barb

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