A Farm-Picture by Walt Whitman
A sun-lit pasture field, with cattle and horses feeding;
And haze, and vista, and the far horizon, fading away.
Day 85 – Along with day 86, it is coming in late, late, late! But better late than never, I say! It has been a very busy couple of days and to be perfectly honest, I just have not wanted to be online. I have, however, been lugging the camera about with me looking for the odd angle and the general photo op. So there you go.
85 has you looking at a row of corn from the racoon’s point of view as he hurries along a row.
Day 71 – The kids and I spent this evening with Mom and Uncle Mike picking up trash at the Three River’s Water Festival tonight. I am amazed at how lazy people are when they are standing only feet from a trash can, so I am happy that we went out to volunteer our time to help clean it up. There were some people with children who were very appreciative; it is so easy to show love for other people in such a simple way. It is a good lesson for the kids about serving others as well.
The photos today are from my Aunt Bonnie’s house – the head lamps are my favorite of the day. The cornfield is the runner up – typical view on any random road you turn onto around here….