Monday, January 1

Farm Photo: 1/1/07

Two Trees Dancing Under The Morning Mist

A year of Daily Photos ago:
Best Wishes For The New Year
And WDB#15:
Looking. . .


  1. Wow, simply beautiful.

  2. Happy New Year, Susan.
    Thank you for the past year's pictures.
    zeus & linda in st louis

  3. happy 2 double-oh-seven!!!!!!


    (ps Cary is so friggin' cute!!!!!!!)

  4. I love your dancing, bare-limbed, trees. This morning we have soft color in the sky and crisp, bright frost on the ground. Thank you for sharing your farm with your blog-readers! I love the photos!

  5. Great picture.. breathtaking.. still no snow there? We haven't had any...where I live...

  6. Happy New Year to you. Looking forward to getting new peaks of your lovely surroundings! What can I say, I am a country girl at heart!

  7. A very happy new year to you and your family, Susan.

  8. I love bare trees; it made me happy when Fleetwood Mac did a song about them.

    Happy 2007! Here's to many online meetings of the superSecretBreadBakingCabal and much eating of the results.

  9. Dear Farmgirl Susan - hope you, Farmgirl's Mum, Joe, Whitey, Studly Jeff, Cary, Dan, Robin, all the kitties and all the other farm critters have a wonderful new year!

    Did you know this is the Year of Jeff? Just an fyi....not many people are aware.


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