What’s Blooming

Most of my flower beds have been destroyed by goats or the dog, but I found an iris blooming!

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Woo hoo!

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Out to Pasture

I went out to pasture for just a little bit this evening.  We had a bit of a rain shower earlier, and it’s supposed to rain most of the next day and a half, so I thought I should take advantage of the evening to get my pictures for Scavenger Hunt Sunday.  The items are:  mirror, stripes, crisp, energy, and negative space.

I dare say, Myson has a couple of stripes down his face.

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Wanda was enjoying a nice crisp bite of grass.

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Speaking of grass, here’s my shot for negative space.  I don’t know what kind of grass has that purple head on it, but I like it.

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I was trying to get Hazel and Hilda to pose as mirror images because they are the twins I have the hardest time telling apart, but they were not taking directions very well.  They are still cute though.

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Finally, Rainie is just a bundle of energy!

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Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend.

Scavenger Hunt Sunday.

Gabby

I’m not a fan of raccoons, but I tolerate them in the pasture.  That’s where they belong.  I hate them in the barnyard.

Embden goose on nest

Gabby was pulled from her nest and killed.  She was the oldest animal on the farm and one of my original geese.

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