Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Moody Tuesday

Here are some "mood" pictures for your viewing pleasure! (Please click on any of them to enlarge)

And this is the little calf that came into the world backwards! She is doing very well.



And finally; here are some ducks, barely visible in the straw.

32 comments:

Crazylady said...

So beautiful!! Can I come visit please?! :)

Rupal said...

That calf is so cute!! I love it out there too, I vote for a blog camp out at BL's!

~rupal

Miz said...

SO BEAUTIFUL.
Id have em framed and all over my house with arrows and the words MIZFIT TOOK THESE :)

Marianne said...

I hear ya. They all look suitably remote to me....

Tom Rooney said...

Nice photos BagLady. Did you get any snow last night?

solarity said...

Love them all, but the cow/shadows around the tree is my favorite.

Mary Anne in Kentucky

the Bag Lady said...

Crazylady - anytime!!

Rupal - blog camp sounds like fun! Bring a sleeping bag and you can sleep out under the stars. Or the snow banks, if this weather never smartens up!

Miz - thanks. I really should print some of them, or at least back them up onto a disc.

Marianne - it should be remote enough.... :)

Tom - it is snowing like mad (and the wind is blowing, too) as I type. Sigh.

Mary Anne in Kentucky - Thanks - I really liked that one, too. :)

Charlotte said...

My fave is the momma cow with the baby cow:) (Or the big cow with teh little cow - I'm not good at the whole boy/girl thing with livestock.)

the Bag Lady said...

Charlotte - you were right - momma and baby. I really like that one, too - the misty ones are my personal favourites!

Missicat said...

Very very nice! Makes me want to run away to the country.
Wish I had my camera on Sunday during my morning run - saw two geese (mama and papa I assume) swimming with their five little goslings! too cute...

Leah J. Utas said...

Those are wonderful. I love the Bovines in the Mist.

the Bag Lady said...

Missicat - I never seem to have my camera when I see really cool, unusual stuff.... or, if I actually have it with me, can never get it turned on in time to actually capture the cool stuff. I've been trying for weeks now to take a picture of the Pileated Woodpecker hanging around here.

dfLeah - Thanks! Bovines in the Mist... think that would make a good movie title? :)

bunnygirl said...

Great pics, and I'm glad to see the backwards calf is doing so well!

the Bag Lady said...

BG - Thanks! I was actually thinking about you yesterday, and lamenting the fact that I didn't go out with the Rancher last night to check cows. He was gone a really long time, and when he came back with twigs in his hair, I asked him what the heck he'd been doing.
He was following a rabbit through the bush.
Made me laugh.... glad he didn't fall down any holes.

POD said...

Happy after Victoria Day. I stopped by but you were so busy celebrating, I didn't leave a comment. ;-) (Whatever that means).

Those pictures are great. I love cows.
Moo.

I like Miz's comment. Miz took these. (Now I know for sure she's not really running this morning).

the Bag Lady said...

POD - Miz runs really fast - she blew through here, snapped a couple photos and blew out again.... just like greased lightning! :)

Geosomin said...

I love the one with the tree in the centre of it. Shadow cows....

the Bag Lady said...

Geo - Thanks, I rather like that one, too.

kcinnova said...

That first pic blows me away. The sun is so low that the shadows and barely visible - just long, low, and faint. (It also gives me the chills with that glittery ground.)
Time for another photo contest, I'd say!

Oooh, Rupal has a great idea - a ranch week at Bag Lady's place!
Can we do it in warmer weather?

the Bag Lady said...

kcinnova - at the rate we're going, I'm not sure we're EVER going to have warmer weather! Sheesh.

Late June would be the best time for blogger-camp.... the long evenings and short nights just cry out for partying all night long!!! :)

Lucas said...

You've got some really stunning images there BL! Nicely done!

VeeGettingHealthy said...

Beautiful visits to your home. Thank you.

Vee at www.veegettinghealthy.blogspot.com

Scrumpy's Baker said...

Man, I hate ducks. :)

Reb said...

Oh, those are lovely Sis! The frost glittering in the rising sun, the shadows of the cows. Well done.

the Bag Lady said...

Thanks, Lucas! Just got lucky.... with the camera, I mean! Sheesh.

Vee - thanks! Glad you enjoy my pictures.

SB - oops, sorry! I forgot you don't like birds....

Reb - thanks! Some times the early bird really gets..... good pictures, even if it's cold out! :)

Hilary said...

Baggie, I absolutely love that second shot. It's perfect!

Redbush said...

Neat photos, Bag Lady, and another beautiful sunrise! Love the calf, as usual, always cute! They always seem to be posing.

the Bag Lady said...

Hilary - thanks! Coming from you, that's high praise!

Redbush - I know - the calves are so photogenic, they always look adorable! :)

Crabby McSlacker said...

Beautiful shots! They certainly put me in a contemplative "moo"-d.

Looks so peaceful!

the Bag Lady said...

Thanks, Crabby - that cracked me up!

Geosomin said...

For some reason all I could think of this morning when I looked at the picture of the geese hiding in the field is the Monty Python sketch about how to not be seen...made me smile :)

Geosomin said...

OK...I have to put in the link: I just watched it...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zekiZYSVdeQ