Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Small Farm/Sepia Scenes

Goats and sheep/ half sepia

The snow is nearly gone but the air is still cool but the goats and sheep are glad to be out in the sunny farmyard.

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33 comments:

see you there! said...

It is fun to go through the season's in Canada with you. Sure looks warmer and I'll bet those sheep and goats are happy with that.

Darla

Small City Scenes said...

Yippee!!! Just to be outside---I would be running and jumping. MB

The Good Life in Virginia said...

love this shot...beautiful.
and yes, i too, am happy to be outside again :)
have a great day

Jarart said...

Very sweet shot. Spring is in the air!

judi said...

Ah.. the goat life is a good life
Okay, going to my corner now. :D

Jan said...

Truly wonderful. Love it.

PERBS said...

I was just thinking taht scene would look lovely with snow covering everything! Ü Don't mind me -- I have a snow mentality!

Reader Wil said...

Again a beautiful rural view! Thank you so much. Thanks also for your comment, which I answered on my blog!

Rose said...

I must be related to them...I love to be outside and feel the sun on my face. This is a wonderful image.

cieldequimper said...

Very nice in sepia. It looks timeless.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful sepia shot, EG. I love seeing old barns and farms --in sepia.

Hugs,
Betsy

antigoni said...

Fantastic place and your photos are great.

George said...

This should be framed. What a great shot of the spring countryside. The sepia gives it a timeless quality.

Photo Cache said...

Lovely farm scene; much so with sepia toning. Glad you have no more snow.

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Carletta said...

It is strange not seeing snow in your shots. :)
A lovely country scene!

kaye said...

I love that, the barn, the sheep and the barnyard--browns through out! great

Ralph said...

Sepia enhances the weathered look on the barn. But the hooved animals look nice in sepia, ready to play and romp. Very nice!

Kostas said...

Marvellously farm with interesting beloved creatures and a sure hedge!

Becky and Gary said...

What a cool shot. I like all the animals, and I like the sepia..
B.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice photo. I love the tones. They really suit the photo.

kden said...

I love your half-sepia effect.

Tammie Lee said...

This is a wonderful scene and is great in partial sepia. Yesterday my snow was melting, today 6 more inches!

nature ramblings said...

Partial sepia is very beautiful. It really enhances the barnyard. That is just a picture perfect farm. I would love to be out there romping around with the animals, even if it were covered in snow. I love it!!!! Thanks for sharing.

Annie said...

What a peaceful scene. I really like the white scattered throughout this picture punctuating the sepia warmth.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

excellent sepia photo. Just perfect. I am glad you are enjoying the cactus on my site. thanks for your comments! I hope you get blooms on your cactus!

Shammickite said...

If I was a goat, I'd be jumping for joy!

Gallery Juana - ギャラリー ワナ said...

Nice, serene shot. The warm colors really highlight the feeling of finally being able to get outdoors.

ilanadavita said...

Very nice sepia effect with a few colors left.

Nikki-ann said...

This could easily be a shot from Mid Wales... Love it! :)

RuneE said...

All peaceful and reminds me that it will soon be Easter and the barn of my cousin will teem with little lambs. And my camera...

sunnymama said...

A wonderfully pastoral scene in sepia!

Mary said...

This is great! Barely sepia, but just enough to really make it look wonderful!

Kahshe Cottager said...

Doesn't most of rural southern Ontario seem sepia toned these days! Nice photo!!

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