Saturday, April 4, 2009

Farm in Early Spring / Camera Critters

Horse#1: Doesn't it feel great to be out in the sun?
Horse #2: Yeah, but this grass is sorta brown and crunchy!

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30 comments:

cieldequimper said...

LOL! I love the rolling hills, fences, rooftops, colours, everything!

judi/Gmj said...

Hush up and eat your wheaties! You got to love this weather.

maryt/theteach said...

Love the horsey conversation and the stripes below, EG! :)

i beati said...

will be fun to see this same farm as time goes on

Small City Scenes said...

Ha--very funny. Beautiful farm shot. Beautiful country you live in. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful shot!
:-)
Kind Regards
Léia

PERBS said...

or "just the two of us hee -- we get to eat all this!"

Carla said...

LOL!
You have great ears if you heard that all the way over there:)

Dirkjogt said...

Great view! It will become greener I think.

Snap said...

Wonderful ... rolling hills, horses and conversation!

Oskar said...

I would love to have a yard that big to play in!

Norm said...

it's a nice place for animals, I miss my farm back home. Visit my flamingos here, also my colorful parrots here. thanks and happy one year anniversary to you.

at the cottage said...

Your photos are a source of inspiration for me. Thanks :) I love this shot!
Deb

Sharon said...

That crunchy stuff is better than no stuff! Beautiful sun-shiny day:)

Bruce said...

You horses sure have a nice place to roam. Glad the weather has gotten better for you:)

Willard said...

A beautiful shot. It look like that here about two to three weeks ago, but it is now getting green.

Ash said...

Love that image. And the conversation!

Judy said...

My dogs were both eating grass on our walk this morning, so I know for a fact that there are sprouts of green amongst all the brown. But I think the horses would be finding it pretty sparse yet.
But I love the photo!

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Neat EG.... That's the first picture I've seen of your area withOUT snow... Since I only started following your blog this winter--I look forward to great photos of East Gwillimbury during the other seasons.
Hugs,
Betsy

Reader Wil said...

Beautiful photo of a lonely place.Thanks for sharing.

Susan Cook said...

Beautiful picture. I love horses! Funny captions.

Adrienne Zwart said...

This is such a lovely rural scene.

George said...

Horse #1: Yes, but at least there is no snow on the ground!

kayerj said...

oh how nice to be a horse in the sun!

kaye’s stripes

Arlene said...

hahahahaa poor horses...but i wish them both green grasses soon. It will come one day soon.

Happy Sunday!

Barb said...

This place looks like Heaven. :)

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Lovely farm photo.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful shot!

Unknown said...

Great photo !!

I was justlooking out at the mountain foothills around us...they're starting to lose that brown, crunchy look and turning green. Doen't last for long, unfortunately :-(

Misty DawnS said...

Beautiful photo! What a great scene.

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