Thankful Thursday





Thankful this Thursday for this view of my neighbor's property.  No buildings to obscure my view, which is something that I truly enjoy.  I have yet to secure a photo of the donkey!  He is on another neighboring farm and seemingly far off in the woods.  

"There are three easy ways of losing money - racing is the quickest, women the most pleasant, and farming the most certain."  

Lord Amherst  


Linking up today with Teresa.....




**That glorious time known locally as, "Fall Break", is upon us and I will be on a blogging break until next Thursday.  See you then...same Bat Time same Bat Channel.**



Comments

  1. what a beautiful view...worth a million!

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  2. Pretty shot of the cattle! The sky is beautiful too. Enjoy your day!

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  3. Beautiful view and awesome colors in the sky!

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  4. Have a nice break and you have an incredible view. Hug B

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  5. Lovely sky over those contented cows.

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  6. The view outside your window is awesome. Have a wonderful fall break!

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  7. Beautiful picture. Enjoy your fall break.

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  8. Great view . . .
    I always look forward to your quotes, like this one . . .

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  9. Gorgeous! Hope the donkey will make an appearance soon!

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  10. what a beautiful scene! loved the quote on losing money. enjoy your break!!

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  11. Yes, you are one of the fortunate few to have an uncluttered view out your window and you appreciate that. A nice photo and I like how you treated it.

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  12. If that were the view out my window, I would never leave it ... house work be damned! This is simple beauty and peace ... The esthetics are wonderful, Michelle.

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  13. Morning, I love the beautiful scene, so peaceful looking. Blessings Francine, oh enjoy your break..

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  14. What a lovely view! I have to agree with you that it's nice not to see buildings, just the beautiful countryside :) Enjoy your day! Hugs

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  15. Envy is not my nature....however...a view like this would cause one to want to share your Blessings...

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  16. Lovely landscape. I really like the backlight.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  17. Beautiful view indeed. So peaceful.

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  18. What a beautiful and serene view. Enjoy your break. xo Laura

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  19. I loved the view that you have. So serene. Cows grazing in the pasture. ah.

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  20. Lovely rural scene with beautiful sky

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  21. What a neat view you have and I love the processing on your photo. - Loved the quote too and I might add (gambling) is also an easy way to loose money. - Enjoy your break.

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  22. The donkey is being shy!!! :-) Love your view of the grazing cows.

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  23. The distant view helps the eyes relax and nourishes the soul. When I retired I settled for nothing less than an open view of the mountains of New Mexico, and when it was expedient for me to move to Florida my home just had to be on a lake.

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  24. That is a wonderful view to have! Hope you eventually get the donkey in a shot.

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  25. Wide skies, open fields and cattle grazing very peaceful.
    Merle................

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  26. I love those cows, the sky and that fence!

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  27. I love this images. love the texture too.

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  28. Such a beautiful picture - so calm and peaceful.

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  29. Hi Michelle, Nice photo and intriguing quotation! Hope you enjoy your break. Thanks for your comments on John's Island. John

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  30. Here are my 3 sure shots: Boats, Gambling, Women... not necessarily in that order.

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  31. What a pretty view. Makes a beautiful picture for sure.

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  32. The perfect view~~~nothing better than seeing green/blue and a few county cows! Blessings~~~Roxie

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  33. Your view couldn't be any more perfect!

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  34. Beautiful! Enjoy your break!

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  35. Love the picture, my granddad often quote something like that!

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  36. Lovely, pastoral, scene...but how did you get the cattle to all face the same way? (Just joking).

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  37. Well I LOVE that shot but you knew I would:) Hug B

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  38. Hope you are managing to keep yourself solvent.

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  39. Our neighbors that are a mile away had a donkey. It's name was Taco. The only noise we would ever hear from that farm was Taco walking his presence known.

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