Sunday, March 27, 2011

East of Bond Head/Scenic Sunday

Ontario in March

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23 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful image.Hope this day is filled with joy.

Kerri said...

Truly a scenic spot!!

Farmchick said...

Love that silo.

Judy said...

That looks like a shot we might see around here :)

Kate said...

Muted tones and a terrific photo...could be a painting, too.

Birdman said...

Yup! That silo is cool alright. It pulls the eye.

Jenn Jilks said...

GLorious shot. As always. Love them.

Lois Evensen said...

What a peaceful getting-back-to-basics place. Lovely image.

texwisgirl said...

such a wonderful farm photo!

Kathy said...

A beautiful farm just waiting for a little spring color!

Honest Abe Lincoln said...

This reminds me so much of the land I have on the longest. Very nice photo.

Jack said...

This is a pretty spot, beautifully captured. Nice, EG.

Miss Becky said...

I was looking through some older posts and your weekend reflections photo is awesome. it's a definite WOW. it's just gorgeous. you find the most amazing barns. looks like you've had some blue skies too. have a great weekend E G.

Clavs said...

What happened to all the trees? they looks so old and dead? are they? LOl!
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Cheri said...

Lovely. Looks like your snow has melted too.

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Randy said...

I love that silo too. I'll bet this area is beautiful in mid Spring.

Paulie said...

I see some blue skies and even a little bit of snow left!

Sailor said...

Beautiful image!

Malyss said...

Very north-american view! we have not such barns here. Great picture!

RedPat said...

Great shot - nice to see the snow gone. Now we just need some warmth.

Francisca said...

Looks like the snow is receding in this scenic farm shot.

VP said...

I really like the overall brownish tone of this beautiful image.

Genie said...

This shot could have been taken right down the road form the house. I love silos. Having grown up in Florida and never seeing one until I move to Virginia, they fascinate me. I am always swerving all over the road looking at new ones I have not seen before....NOT GOOD! Your picture here is wonderful. I like this capture so much. Great job.

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