Wednesday, March 10

Wednesday Farm Photos: Our Misty Mornings Are Back

And They Always Feel So Peaceful

I know I promised an explanation today for our surprise early start to lambing season, along with more cute baby pictures (there's still just the one set of twins on the ground), but while I was out walking around this beautiful morning I started thinking that maybe some of you might also be feeling as if you're running in circles while being pulled in a million directions at once, yet hardly getting anything done (still unposted winter recipes, anyone?) and could use a quiet little moment of peace.

I'll be back later today or (more likely) tomorrow with the story and another dose of baby lamb cute (they are so cuddly). In the meantime, don't forget to stop and breathe it all in. And again. Doesn't that feel good?

I never get tired of the morning mist:
7/6/05: Misty Morning Sunrise
Breakfast Under The Mist
View Through The Dew
These Misty Summer Mornings Feel So Peaceful
I Can't Resist These Pink Sunrises
Sheep Into The Mist
From Out Of The Fog, A Little Beagle Dog
October & November Same Scene, New View

2/19/06: Five Seasonal Views of the Haybarn
Misty Morning Rose Lamb
5/13/06: Morning Mist Rising off the Wet Weather Creek
Donkey In The Mist
5/29/06: Sun Hits Morning Mist
Misty Morning Peace - Stop & Breathe It In
Thankful To Call This Place Home

Two Trees Dancing Under The Morning Mist
Slow Traffic Ahead
Good Next Door Neighbors

4/8/08: A Fresh New Day
8/17/08: Quiet for Breakfast
12/11/08: My Favorite View, No Matter What the Season

8/23/09: Morning Peace (one of my favorite series)
11/19/09: Misty Morning Light

Need a bigger farm fix today? (Some categories overlap):
Farm Landscape Photos
More Farm Landscape Photos
Handmade Fence Photos
Homemade Swing Photos
Hayfield Photos
More Hayfield Photos
Sunrise and Sunset Photos
Snow Photos
Same Scene, New View Photos (I need to get back to posting these!)

© Copyright 2010, the sunshine and 70 degrees foodie farm blog where all the windows have been happily flung open, there's lots of fresh smelling laundry on the line, and a wonderful unexpected rainstorm last night has soaked into the fields and is now coaxing the grass to grow so fast you can almost see it. Just don't tell the sheep that hay feeding season lasts until the first of May—that is if the homegrown hay holds out!


  1. so beautiful!
    thanks for the reminder.

  2. We had fog this meowning too but not as beautiful as yours !!!

  3. Oh wonderful pictures. I'm all for lamby/donkey/kitty/doggy cuteness but show me the landscape every evocative. I am breathing it in.

  4. Beautiful pictures - thanks for sharing them. You can tell that spring is coming, but it can be a tricky time of year. I think Mother Nature has a wicked sense of humor!

  5. gorgeous farm photos. so peaceful looking. thanks for posting! :)

  6. Ohhhh, thank you for the reminder to breath. I had no idea how much I needed that. And the gorgeous photos are the perfect visual aid . . .

  7. Aren't misty mornings on the farm the best. I just posted one I took the other morning! If I didn't have to go to work, I'd climb up onto the barn roof and soak it all in with my morning coffee ;)

  8. Lovely photos. Your reminder to breathe struck something in me. When it seems like my life is spinning out of control, there are beautiful mornings to be appreciated out there.

  9. oh how beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

  10. Those pictures are absolutely stunning. I really adore your blog.

  11. Love your misty morning pics.


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