Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Monday Photo Shoot

John Scalzi has given his Monday assignment, and I'm giving it a try.

"Your Monday Photo Shoot: Find an interesting pattern or texture somewhere in your home. Take a picture of it."

Technically it isn't in my home, but I consider all our 43 acres as my home, so here's my entry:

Probably not too hard for you to guess, eh?

The "textures and patterns" photo is simply a closeup of Blue's hair.  That's him, at the back of the herd, grazing; I found the horses happily munching today, with those lovely clouds in the background.  I couldn't resist taking a picture. 

  Cliff and I take our walk through that part of the pasture each morning.  I realize how blessed I am to be able to see this kind of beauty around me any time.


madcobug said...

No, I didn't guess. I thought it was the texture of a piece of wood. LOL. That is a great picture and yes you are blessed to see and live around all that beauty.

csandhollow said...

Blue and Precious are very close in color.

robinngabster said...

Truly blessed indeed.  Thanks for sharing, it is beautiful all around you.

bgilmore725 said...

that was a very clear photo, so sharp in its detail. Beautiful horses. I have an email to send you that I think you will like. It's about horses. Here's my patterns... I stepped outside too. bea

grahamfarmga said...

great pattern

am4039 said...

what a great picture of the horses. I would love that.

lanurseprn said...

YES you ARE blessed!! ~~~Pam

bnanajm said...

In my mind's eye, I remember that part.  :o)

This Mid-Atlantic friend would be more than happy to send you some of our rain.  We were in a drought and needed 8 inches of rain to recover.  In 48 hours we got almost 10 inches.  People are being evacuated from their homes in Maryland as I sit here.  Enough is enough.  

I'd build an Ark, but the line at Home Depot is too long.

jawojnar said...

What a wonderful photo...looks so peaceful, you are blessed!!!

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annalisa135 said...

very very pretty!!!

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