Letters from a Hill Farm
Gorgeous, peaceful, idyllic photo. I really love your header shot, too.
This looks perfect - so peaceful.
This scene looks so peaceful and inviting! Thanks for sharing it with us Nan!! Is that a little donkey I see-I LOVE THEM!!
The light was just perfect, Kay, and the animals are always so peaceful in the early evening time. Margaret, it really was a perfect scene.Sherri, I loved watching them from the side porch so I thought I'd try for a picture. Yes, that is Daisy. Here is a funny shot of her (you'll need to scroll down to the end):http://lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com/2008/08/sunday-strollaugust-24.html
Just gorgeous - absolute serenity!
JoAnn, the wonder is that the animals' serenity makes the viewer feel the same way.Tom calls it the 'peaceable kingdom.' :<)
So lovely and serene.I'm learning a bit more about photography and light - taking most of my pictures in the early morning or in the evening to catch the "slanted light" It works.
Island Sparrow, it is so much about luck for me. I'll take many, many shots and have (maybe) one that is good. :<) I should read the manual but I avoid it.
I can feel the peace in that spot way down here in Florida - wow, that is sooo beautiful. Is there really a place like this Nan? Can it be true ;o)
Beautiful, Nan. Could be anywhere in England actually.
Blessed with Four, and Cath, Thanks so much. Cath, I do my best to pretend I live there. :<)
Oh thank you, thank you! This is so beautiful to me.
And I thank you, Colleen. It is really beautiful when they are out grazing, esp. when the light is just right.
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