Sunday, January 11, 2009

Behind the Barn for Green Thumb Sunday


Behind the Barn for Green Thumb Sunday


the green field and pasture behind the barn




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It was just after a summer shower that we came upon this beautiful green pasture just behind a big old barn in Maine.

You can still see remnants of the gray clouds to the left of the image.

All the cows were in a field further away from the barn, and I couldn't help but think that they really have a gorgeous view, and they don't even realize it.

Next week I will post an image of the cows grazing away and enjoying their beautiful pasture behind the barn.










10 comments:

  1. Ah, such lush greens of this beautiful pasture! How delightful to see on such dreary days of winter grays. A beautiful photograph!!
    ~Michele~
    Mountain Retreat

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  2. What a super post and photo. Don't you love rolling pastures and cows grazing. :D When I was young my dad used to tease me and say chocolate milk came from black and white cows. :D

    Cheers, JJ

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  3. What a lovely pastoral scene.

    Bobbie

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  4. Thanks, Michele - only 2 months left till spring starts coming around - can't wait!

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  5. Hi JJ - too funny! My Dad used to call the cows horses and the horses cows - just to get us all going. Memories....

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  7. Kathy you know how much I love your green shots, nicely done, very white here and expecting more snow tonight.

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  8. Hi Bob - Just had to pull out the green - too much snow here too, and we are getting more tomorrow.

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  9. Nice shot, Kathy. It's beautiful country up there! I'd rather look at a pasture than at car-filled roads and strip malls, anyday!

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