...and what a view!!!!Perfection, like beauty, is in the eyes of the beholder in my opinion. If everything was perfect, life would be a bore.
What a beautiful picture!
pretty rural scene. so purdy. ( :
No such thing as perfect...this is beautiful!
this look like a masterpiece painting . . . wow!!! And to think, artists travel all over for a view like this - you have a paradise right outside your door - refreshing.
spectacular!!! thanks for linking in your beauty!
A quiet rural scene: the word 'bucolic' comes to mind...
A place with a view, great fence and happy grazing cows too!
Wow, what a lovely view!
that's a view i would enjoy!
Michelle, I wouldn't mind that view on a daily basis.
I'd take 365 days and even on rare occasions, 366 days...
Love the country scene, Francine.
All I can say is WOW.. what a picture of bucolic happiness! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
wonderful view. love it.
Lucky you! I'd take that view over seeing the back of my neighbor's house any day!!
So nice. Beyond nice, actually. What a blessing.
I just love this shot, the field and cows are a pretty rural scene. Have a happy day!
Super view- this is why I love the country life.
So beautiful....grassy hill, pink sky, lovely trees! Love the one black cow! xo Karen
What a beautiful scene!
I really like the cows on the hillside shot!
Perfect shot for a milk ad.
Horses or cows grazing on a hillside is one of my favorite things! Here in MN the farm land is mostly FLAT. :)Beautiful view. Perfect, I'd say!
Lovely country scene.
A wonderful place!
stunning photo and view, and who needs perfection :-).
Love the view !!!!
Amazing moment you captured there. So much beauty.MersadMersad Donko Photography
Quite the view indeed . . . thankful heart . . .
What a great view. Look at that sky and I just love the lone solid black cow amongst the black/white ones.
It's a wonderful view, That sky is spectacular and I love the lone black cow amongst all the black/white ones. Hopefully this comment works. I've been having problems on some blogs with commenting.
Pretty! And after traveling through Oklahoma which has finally started to show some green and into parts of Texas still in drought, I'm happy to see your cattle have grass. The Texas livestock owners sold off their herds a few years ago and are gingerly rebuilding them all the while being teased by rain clouds that float on by without dropping any rain. My brother (not a cattleman) said they have about one year's worth of water in the water table.