Wednesday, December 13, 2017

24 Degrees...



When I stepped outside to do chores

this morning.....24 degrees



The last of the blooms on the rose bush

are frosty...





Frosty hydrangea petals...






Frozen bottle calves...




This is what awaits me each morning

out at out the little red barn...


Our little herd of weed eaters...






Boer Goats

Three Nannies and their nanny kids






Frozen Cherry Tree Leaves...






Frozen Queen Anne's Lace...







Frozen Chinese Lanterns...






Now that the chores are done here @ home,

we are off to feed hay to the cattle.




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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi



6 comments:

Vicki W said...

It looks like a beautiful day!

Robbie said...

Your picture are beautiful! You could put together a coffee table book with all your pics!!! We were just commenting on the poo birds and other animals that have to live in this winter! We're working on a few inches today....been snowing since noon! And it's after 4 and still coming down heavy. Expecting 8"!

Mary Bolton said...

What a gorgeous photo of the frosty roses!! Thank you

Farm Quilter said...

Wow, you have a beautiful garden with all the ice crystals on your lovely foliage! Love your goats! Farm work is never done, especially when you have animals! You are an awfully good photographer too!

Lynda said...

Beautiful pictures!!

Alycia Quiltygirl.com said...

Those flower/foliage photos are amazing!!! Do you ever frame them? Love the frozen calves too - so cute!