WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
The grating almost looks like leaded glass...great shots.
Nice shots! Grating over a barn window & Garlic are my pick of the lot! :D
the fence shot is terrific :) well done
I love the pics! I also happen to love garlic if you find you have way too much and want to send me some.lol Glad to see you here for Macro Monday!
I thought for a minute the grating was grey patio blocks. Guess I need my eyes checked! Great pictures.
Very nice, love the garlic shot. Thanks for joining..:-)
Nice shots. The garlic shot is my fav. :)
Lori,Just got this link through FB and happily went down memory lane in looking at your post! Brought a smile to my face remembering my youth and Toby at the farm!The pictures took me back, and the photos are amazing! You have an amazing talent.Would love to stop by sometime with my daughter to show her your farm. I will definitely check back to your site...beautiful!
Lori! Thanks for your prayers and support re my recent illness and successful recovery. Much appreciated! And I would love to recuperate up at your place... in fact, I think a low stress farm job is in my future..
Hello,As I was away for a few days, I look at several posts now.Here the wires are underground for the new buildings. They are still upstairs in the village. It's so expensive to put all of them underground. But, where there is a strong wind, there is no problem.The vegetables and fruits on your pictures are very beautiful. I have a few tomatoes in the garden, but the birds love them as much as I and I cannot let them become full red because they are too eaten. It's the same for the cherries and the plums though we let the upper ones for the birds.See you soon
Beautiful photos all. That fence grate is very cool. And I love that you kept the garlic 'straight from the garden' and not all cleaned and fancied up. :)Nice job!~Lisa
ooh..the grating is very cool!
Great series of macros..I love the clover:)
Mmmm home grown garlic, what could be better?
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