Saturday, August 8, 2009

Cow Pasture/ SOOC

Cattle on a farm just west of Port Perry, Ontario

  To see more photos Straight Out Of the Camera (SOOC) visit Jan at http://www.murrieta365.com

Late-breaking news: MaryT of Work of the Poet, Ruby Tuesday and Sepia Scenes has gifted me with an award today.

Being a recipient of this award affirms that this blog invests and believes in the Proximity – nearness in space, time and relationships.

As many of you already know, Mary is fun to blog with and her memes are a hoot to play. I must admit that I never noticed how much red there is out there until I started playing Ruby Tuesday!  Sepia Scenes is more of a challenge because I try to  post photos I think might be more old-timey looking. (It's not necessary...just something I like to do.) But challenges help one grow, right? Thanks, MaryT. I appreciate that.

18 comments:

Lynn said...

Beautiful! My blood pressure just went down 10 points looking at the photo. :D

Jacob said...

Bucolic and beautiful! Makes me want to moo!

Lawstude said...

Felt like a scene in the sound of music. So peaceful. Great Shot.

PERBS said...

The grass is so green! Here, people stp wtering and it is all brown in many places. Nice pastoral scene or soem might say nice pasture. lol

Jan said...

Love the pasture photo, so peaceful feeling. Congrats on the award from Mary. She's a great gal. Bob and I had a chance to spend the day with her and Vinny, when we were in NYC in May.

BJ Roan said...

This shot reminds me of a time when I lived in Tennessee. The house was surrounded by such pastoral scenes. When sitting outside, all you could hear was the cows munching grass. Very peaceful.

Hilda said...

You don't see skyscrapers, I don't see wide fields with cows ;)

So beautiful and peaceful!

Carletta said...

A beautiful pastural scene!
Congrats on Mary's award - she is a great meme host.

Ria said...

what a serene sight! it is so relaxing and calming. Great shot!

Dina said...

Pasture-perfect!

cieldequimper said...

I would love to hear Jacob moo. The rolling pastures are lovely, wouldn't it be nice just for a few days to live the slow life of a cow?

Jeanne said...

Very peaceful bucolic scene. And it's not raining! it's funny this summer with all the rain we've been getting too, we really embrace those days that are clear and sunny and try to make the most of them.

Jeanne said...

Oh almost forgot, congrats on the award. You deserve it, always beautiful pictures.

Stacie said...

Beautiful picture. I love the hills caught with the cattle on them through out the picture. Congrats on your award. Have a great Sunday.

Small City Scenes said...

Congrats on the award. You totally deserve it.

Love the rolling pastures. I am just mooing along with Jacob. MB

Rose said...

Congrats on the award...and that is an idyllic scene if I ever saw one.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

A beautiful and peaceful picture! Like the hilly fields.

Tricia said...

Congratulations! Very cool!

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