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, April 16, 2013

Back to the Studio...

The sunrise was great...the rest of the day... rainy off and on.

So nice to be back in the studio.

After lunch I went down to Country Max to take advantage of a sale on Safe Choice.  
Buy 4 get one free.
 From there I went to Agape.  Need to start going three times a week!

Homemade pizza for dinner.  I saw the pizza Annette made out at Aspen Meadows and could not wait to get one going here.
 I did chores while Gary finished up with Finn and Coop.  We are taking them out to dinner tomorrow night.  (Probably waffles or pancakes if I know them).
 It rained late afternoon so the ponies were wet.

 Tucked them in and got back to the house just in time to take the pizza out of the oven.
 Made another one of Saint Tim's favorite salads.

The orchids are stilling hangin in there.

 Night all.


  1. The horses looked beautiful without their blankets on today :)

  2. We had leftover pizza for dinner tonight. Cold and blustery here. The house was freeeeezing when I got home from work tonight. I've got a fire roaring in wood stove tonight. Moon has a beautiful tail - I hadn't noticed that before.

  3. Looks like Moon has always lived there now.
    Yeah the studio is open must be a sure sign of spring:) Hug B

  4. Those orchids are beautiful! I've been taking some shots of Carnations..probably need them for their wonderful smell and this colorless spring.

    We are in for 1.5 to 3" of rain today!


  5. Saint Tim says the salad looks great and he wished he had a BIG bowl of it - HAHAHAHAHAHA :-). He'd eat the pizza for sure though! The sheep aren't so high on your "cooking" though. Think I'm giving up on the beet pulp experiment. Tried for 5 days and they ain't havin' no part of even a little bit. Kids...


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