“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


Thursday, February 18, 2010


This afternoon we had visitors. Karen and her daughter Julie brought their dog (Yonder) to Skoog Farm for a romp. Here are some of the pictures they took.

All the horses were behind the indoor... curious.

Abbe was a social butterfly.

So was Dream.

Karen, Julie and Yonder did not go too far down the lane as the snow was pretty deep.

Yonder loves to run. At home he does not have all this space.

This pup is so loved by his family! He is very well behaved.

When they got back, they created a snowman in the yard. Sweet.

I must say there was a lot of activity going on!

Apparently, the horses wanted to be where Julie was and they all moved into the front paddock to watch the action.

I don't know if Yonder has ever been around horses before.

Dream did not take her eyes off him.

Someone kept throwing snow on this poor girl....

Look what happened on the way home...it must have been the fresh air!


  1. Sweet visitors! Yonder looks like one happy pup!

  2. Love the picture of Julie and Yonder running down the drive.

  3. Fun post...as always. Love the second to the last shot - the snowballs. Great composition and expression.


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