Scavenger Hunt Sunday

31 Jan

The list for this week’s Scavenger Hunt Sunday is:  favorite, angled, curved, cropped, and texture.

Cropped:  Here are a couple of highly cropped images from the visitor I had yesterday morning.

coyote collage ws

I am glad he was just passing by because Llenny was nowhere to be seen.  Llazy lloafing llama.



Curved:  I’m also glad the geese were not out on the very same hill when the coyote went by because I’d prefer they stick around to be annoying and make me laugh rather than being a coyote’s lunch.  You’ll notice the curved lines from where we made hay off the pasture last fall.


Angled:  Speaking of hay, we’re half way through the winter, and you can tell I’ve used some hay from the barn.  Luckily, I have plenty left for the second half of the winter.

barn hay_0837ews

barn collage ws

Texture and Favorite:  Myson was using the dangling, rusty hinge to entertain himself yesterday.

Myson Osboer

Myson Osboer

macro wether collage ws

I’m not going to tell you whether the image is a favorite or Myson is a favorite.  You’ll just have to guess on that one.  Another guess…

If you pay close attention to my sidebar, you might be able to guess what’s coming in tomorrow’s post! 😉

I do hope you’ll come back on Friday to join me for Friday’s Hunt.  If you wish to participate, the items are at the top of my sidebar.

I’m also sharing with Mosaic Monday, Macro Monday, I Heart Macro, and Tom’s Barn Collective.

36 Responses to “Scavenger Hunt Sunday”

  1. TexWisGirl at 5:25 pm #

    l.l.ll. made me laugh. 🙂

    • Teresa at 5:43 pm #

      🙂 I hope he was just watching from inside the barn.

  2. treadway at 5:36 pm #

    I know I love the ones of the goat and rusty hinge best of all!

    • Teresa at 5:44 pm #

      Thanks. Myson gets that chewing on metal stuff from his maa. I don’t know why.

  3. Ida P. Krause at 5:54 pm #

    Great choices for the prompts. I’d love seeing a coyote but I’m sure around livestock it’s not a welcome visitor. Loved you textured shots of the goat and the rust.

    • Teresa at 6:02 pm #

      This one is obviously a healthy coyote. That makes me feel better that it isn’t desperate to find food. I would still prefer not to see them so close to my animals.

  4. Lea at 6:40 pm #

    Great photos!
    I really like the inside the barn photos showing the rafters.

    • Teresa at 7:22 pm #

      Thanks. I thought it was a good one for angle.

  5. Jeanne at 7:35 pm #

    I know you love your Myson!! 🙂 All of today’s pictures are great! And yes, that coyote does look healthy! I got a chuckle out of the picture of that Llazy Lloafing Llama – he llooked llike he was thinking very innocent thoughts!! “Who? Me??”

    • Teresa at 7:42 pm #

      Llenny makes me llaugh! He’s such a funny guy.

  6. Thanks Teresa for sharing this week. What’s this with goats and rusty bolts? Mineral deficiency? Please stop back soon.

    • Teresa at 7:43 pm #

      I do believe it’s winter boredom. They were crazy yesterday!

  7. Tamar at 8:16 pm #

    The farm looks so lovely with the snow!

    • Teresa at 8:21 pm #

      Thanks. It’s melting now, but we’re looking at a blizzard on Tuesday.

  8. Eileen at 7:18 am #

    Hello, So your cute Llenny was MIA. So glad the coyote was just passing thru. Myson is a cutie! Happy February, enjoy your new week!

    • Teresa at 1:12 pm #

      I assume Llenny was in the barn, but it would be nice if he’d notice a coyote strolling by and do something about it.

  9. Helmiriitta10 at 7:32 am #

    Llenny is my favourite! Look at his eyes!!! O la la…

    • Teresa at 1:13 pm #

      I know. I llove those big llama eyes!

  10. Laura Hegfield at 11:01 am #

    loving that llama!

  11. Lavender Dreams at 1:58 pm #

    I liked the curves in your photo! And I’m glad that critter didn’t get after your animals! EEEE!!! Hugs!

    • Teresa at 2:01 pm #

      Thanks. It’s always scary to think about danger meandering so close to them.

  12. Myson is such a devilish one, and easily amused!

    and LivingFromHappiness

    • Teresa at 7:10 pm #

      Well, it’s winter boredom. He has to find some way to entertain himself.

  13. Abrianna at 8:18 pm #

    Your visitor would have me a bit concerned…especially now with kids on the way. Myson and the hinge made me laugh.

    • Teresa at 8:48 pm #

      I do worry. I would hope Llenny would wake up and come out if the goats went crazy with a coyote in the barnyard. Not sure why he wasn’t out checking things out.

  14. Hi Teresa
    Your barn looks so full of a lot of hay! Myson was determined to bite open that lock–those photos amde me smile. Glad the coyote did no damage!

    • Teresa at 9:20 am #

      It does take a lot of hay, especially when we have a year like last year when I have to feed my moms half the summer too.

  15. genie at 8:50 am #

    Mason and that hinge crack me up. My birthday is this week and my wish is for Buddy to replace the fencing so I can have my chickens and a goat again. I want a playmate. Miss my Rosebud and Sagebrush so much. I love that all of our have names like my two did years ago. I have such fun looking at your photos. They always tell such wonderful stories – though they are some rough stories for you with all of their antics. Hope you have a good week without any disasters. genie

    • Teresa at 9:22 am #

      It’s that mid-winter boredom. LOL I do hope you get your fence. Goats are a lot of fun.

  16. Judith Rogers at 6:39 pm #

    Looks like the rusty hinge was worth smelling. tasting and biting. Two babies already, more to come soon?

    • Teresa at 6:49 pm #

      These were oopsie babies. The next ones are not due until March 13th. Then I have a bunch due the last week in March.

  17. fulltimereading at 3:31 pm #

    You make me llaugh! (Autocorrect realllly did not want me to say that… I had to try 3.times ;))) . But I lloved this post .. It was worth the time!

  18. Teresa that comment above was from me, I forgot to change my ID. My wordpress blog is old. Sorry. Sallie

  19. pattisj at 11:41 pm #

    Uh-oh, Llenny. Busted!

    • Teresa at 6:42 pm #

      Hopefully he was just watching from inside the barn and not sound asleep.

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