My wonderful D3100 is home from Texas where it was being cleaned! How I’ve missed it so much, so here’s a bit of my homecoming celebration!
I can stand on the deck just outside the front door and take a picture of Fionn in the Love Shack, and you can actually see him!
My goats are clear and crisp. Well at least the part not stuck into the hay tub.
I got to capture tonight’s Long Nights Moon. That’s the name of December’s full moon for obvious reasons. The nights certainly are long right now.
Just for fun, here’s some barbed wire that is fastened to the barn. I really need to get that off of there so nobody gets hurt.
We had a dusting of snow last night, but by the time the sun was setting it was all melted except for those cold areas that were just seeded.
Muffin’s little doe, Jelly, is getting big. Soon she’ll need to leave the farm. How I wish I could keep them all!
The geese appreciate the hay. They enjoy eating it, and it also makes a nice warm bed.
Maxine was standing on the other side of the fence just begging for hay. Silly cow~they have a whole haystack to eat up by their shed.
A goose feather was stuck to the dead weed.
Here’s the view of the moon across the road from my farm.
I am ever so happy to have my camera back home!
Linking to Farm Photo Friday.
Linking to Friday’s Fences.