Sunday, October 28

Farm Photo 10/28/07: Oh, October!

You've Gone And Done It Again

October is my favorite month on the farm. It always feels like we're being rewarded for surviving another Missouri summer. Things weren't quite so colorful in my kitchen garden this morning, though. They were more like frosty white.

Want to see more?
You'll find plenty of autumn color here, and there are all sorts of farm landscape photos here. If you'd like to see how much our scenery changes from season to season (and sometimes even from day to day) check out the Same Scene, New View photos here.

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  1. Gloryoski Susan - with the sheep in the foreground and the trees placed so perfectly - well a gal could think you planned that shot! Lovely - you are having the autumn the rest of us think we'd like. Yes - this time of the year makes it feel like we've survived the challenging part -enjoy, relax,and take LOTS of pictures for your adoring public!

  2. How peaceful! Love your photos. What a life!

  3. I love atumn is my favorite season, so beauty pictures!!! xx Gloria


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