CFFC: Farm Animals A lot of the farms along the river have been sold during the past few years. Part of it was probably lockdown and the problems of maintaining the farm without much help. There were other problems among… Read More ›
FARM ANIMALS, MAYBE PETS
CBWC: Domestic or Farm Animals Cows, goats and horses plus one of The Duke of Uxbridge. I’m not sure if The Duke could be considered “domestic.” We have weaned him off his Prozac, so now in the presence of food, he… Read More ›
BLACK & WHITE – PETS AND FARM ANIMALS
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Pets and Farm Animals Pets and farm animals, all in black and white. Well, it’s a pretty black & white world we seem to be living in, so why not?
SUNFLOWERS BY FARM, ROAD, AND RIVER – Marilyn Armstrong
Sunflowers by the Farm-September 29, 2019 Apparently, the original owners of our favorite farm have sold to a new owner. He’s not a new owner in the sense of being young and looking to make a splash in the local… Read More ›
MARILYN’S FARM – Marilyn Armstrong
I was surprised at how little foliage had “popped.” The Blackstone runs along that road and that usually brings out early foliage. Not this year. I also noticed that the meteorologists have stopped predicting “leafing” areas. Usually they are busy… Read More ›
FARM ANIMALS – Marilyn Armstrong
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Farm Animals The day we went out to see the farms down around the corner (so to speak being as there really aren’t many corners back there in farm country), we saw cows and chickens and horses…. Read More ›
THE CHANGING SEASONS: AUGUST 2018 – AS SUMMER ENDS – Marilyn Armstrong
The Changing Seasons: August 2018 Photographs by: Garry Armstrong Ben Taylor Marilyn Armstrong Unlike in July, this month, we took some pictures. Of course, the two months look a lot alike, though July has more flowers. This month, I’m including pictures… Read More ›
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Farm Animals I live in the country, so guess what we have? You got it. Farms. Horses. Cows. Goats. Chickens. Geese. Ducks. I guess tractors don’t count as farm animals, do they?