Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm

Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Tuesday, December 30, 2008


Look who I brought in the house this morning before I went out to do chores.  He would not stop meowing for one second.  Phoebe did not budge and Bermuda walked right by her.  I brought him in this afternoon too, but the same thing.  After over 15 years, maybe I can get him used to being in the house.  (He has 3 beds in the basement, one of which is under the hot water pipes....I also leave a light on for him...and he can go in an out whenever he wants).  Just does not want to be a house cat....yet.

One more beautiful sunrise.  Are we lucky to be here or what???

This windmill shot is for SJ....

I was happy to have class today.  Those who came were ready for it too.

Tina brought these cookies....they look like her horse Sunshine.   Hands down, they were the best cookies of the season....and they are all gone now.

This is the drawing Tina is working on.  Bedlam Farm donkeys.


  1. Thanks Lori,
    I will link onto you...
    I am sooo sad, and the song "somewhere over the rainbow" is making my tears pour out more...oh, I miss Pantz soo much, why did I let her go?
    Am wishing on a star now that my broken heart will calm!

  2. Those horse cookies look good. The drawing is coming out really well too. That is a beautiful sunrise and I'm sure your cat is happy with wherever he is as long as you're around.
    Have a happy, healthy, fun New Year.

  3. I love him. I love your sky, and those horse cookies look mighty tasty!

  4. I am amazed with people who have patience for cookie decorating and pumpkin carvings...two things that don't last!


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