Searching For Her Thoughts
We all know folks suffering through this. Let us pray...
Pioneers Considered This Work
Thankfully they ventured on!
Red, On The Wind
Proclaims the season with song.
Why I Fall Back...
Options are endless...
Aunt Louise - Super Lady Farmer
Sat in Wildflowers. Felt the Seasons. Watched the Past. Tomorrow has been cancelled.
11-15-17 birthday celebrations would have consumed 96 candles.
Sits in wildflowers. Feels the seasons. Watches the Past. Tomorrow will not change.
Even in the quiet of the woods, Luke and Lonnie notice something.
Probably all the children enjoying a sandy hill climb, as the hayride stops for a few minutes. This short stop lets all get off the hay wagon, take photos, touch and talk with the two Belgian Horses, and fill their coat pockets with sand to go along with the hay already all over their hats and scarves!!!
Fall, Fading To Winter
Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring. Not only the name of the Princess on the 'Howdy Doody' show, which ran from December 27, 1947, until September 24, 1960. Ahh, remember it well!
Well Prepared for Winter
The peace and solitude on a hayride, lets us see and feel the aspen forest and prairie grasses, all set for winter.
For us it was a super ride, for Luke and Lonnie, it was just another walk in the park. They've been sharing the work since they were three.
Hard To Find
Peaceful and solitude on a hayride, that is. But still, just sit and watch, because the peace and quiet of the aspen forest and prairie grasses, all set for winter, can be felt.
Let the horses, Luke and Lonnie, work peacefully in front, let the children squeal with joy at throwing straw, be happy and full of joy that you are here, in a day offering this super weather you found on this mid-November day.
Hard to find, peace and solitude on a hayride.
- My Granddaughters Photos
- Photos to be in my 2017 calendar.
- For Sale on SmugMug.com
- Published-Cover Page and August
Thank you for all the support.
Photography is wonderful, that's a fact. Whether in my early days of the Brownie camera when I was a Girl Scout, other box cameras with hot flash bulbs you had to hope flashed, on and on until now images appear immediately. Is that why so many folks in the world today have no sense of patience? But how glorious it is, to be like a painter and his brushes, being able to test every image and maybe fix it by just trying again.
Try try try, Patience is still the middle name of Photography.
Other examples of my photography work can be found on SMUGMUG.