Saturday, November 11

Daily Farm Photo: 11/11/06

It's The Little Things

A year of Daily Photos ago:
Clare & Her Son Inspect The Hay Rake


  1. Oh, a soft soggy day there, huh? There's a nice song by Kitty Kallen, "Little Things Mean A Lot". And it would probably go with just such a day. Enjoy a good cuppa.

  2. so delicate! Very nice photo.

  3. I love this photo.

  4. Oh, I forgot to say this pic is now on my slideshow screensaver. (it's a private computer- I respect your copyright) Since I discovered how to work the program (Ü) I've been collecting pics from various sources. I mix them with family pics and I decided to change out the flora ones to represent the seasons. This pic is such a lovely one for Fall. Great eye, Susan.

  5. Oooh Susan that's a peach of a picture! Can you see your reflection in the red berry? That picture totally sums up the season - well done.

  6. Beautiful, I love it!

    When you click to enlarge it, you can see tiny spider silks.

    This photo should be entered into contests!

  7. What a perfectly lovely picture. I do believe in the "little things."


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