Thursday, March 10, 2016

Thankful Thursday



Thankful today for those stolen moments at home.  Last Friday when I was assisting the family water witch, I was also running around with my camera.  This hillside adjoins the farmette and our neighbor is currently grazing his cattle in this pasture.  

They make for nice silhouettes ...... no?  


"There's nothing like sitting back and talking to your cows."  

Russell Crowe







40 comments:

  1. Oh yes they do. What a great shot and view. Hug B

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  2. Yes, I love how the cattle are silhouetted against the sky! On these warmer days that tease us into thinking spring is here, I've noticed cattle turned out into the stubble of cornfields or pasture. It's good to see them also enjoying the fresh hints of spring.

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  3. Pretty scene with the cattle grazing. I like that quote, I talk to the animals I see. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  4. Nice silhouettes Yes. And I always look forward to your header photos.

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  5. As always......another beautiful and relaxing photo.. Hope your day is filled with sweetness.

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  6. Oui! They do! When you think about what goes on in the world these days Michelle we should all be thankful for what we have.

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  7. Beautiful scene.
    (This is why we take our camera along.)

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  8. That's what country is, beautiful scenery picture Michelle.Blessings Francine.

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  9. I Love Moo Moos! They do make great subjects in a photograph :)

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  10. i think you could make magic out of any moment!!!!

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  11. Glad I stopped by. Looks a lot like Ky. country except we have horses, horses, horses.

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  12. A very nice image: the silhouettes look almost like cutouts...

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  13. Sweet hillside view of the cows! Very bucolic!

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  14. cows always make for nice images.

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  15. Our back pasture is on a hillside much like that.. I like to tell people we own the land as far as the eye can see.. the hill cuts off a lot so I ain't lyin'. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  16. :) So did you pull up a chair and talk to them?

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    1. McVal....no time! lol! I was too busy running errands and gathering tools. I kept my camera on the porch for impromptu photo sessions :)

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  17. They do indeed. It's a lovely pastoral scene.

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  18. Oui ! Des jolies silhouettes ! I would love for someone to film you when you're running around taking pics... :-)

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    1. lol! Actually you can find me driving around and stopping at random spots on the side of the road. Drives my kids crazy.

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  19. I love the farm and cow scene, it is so peaceful. I like the photos and enjoy reading your blog.
    I am a new follower of your beautiful blog

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  20. Your views are so un like mine! A wonderful shot!

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  21. A beautiful picture. Looks so peaceful.
    Rosezeeta

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  22. Seeing cattle grazing on a hill is a sight that give me such a sense of peace. This is a wonderful photo, Michelle...and I love the pics in your new header :)

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  23. What a nice scene! And yes, it does look peaceful!

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  24. You captured a great photo. Love the cow silhouettes. Have a nice weekend ahead.

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  25. What is a Family Water Witch! Beautiful shot!

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  26. Cows on a hilltop -- love it! You have a terrific eye.

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  27. Such happy and contented looking cows! A lovely view! x0 K

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  28. wow this is superb!!! this would make a gorgeous painting..;

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  29. This is a great image ...

    All the best Jan

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