Monday, 31 August 2009

In The Country


Tired and cliche-ridden, brevity is the soul of wit...

I sampled some delicious, still slightly sour blackberries before wondering what, exactly, this is...

We met this sow who had some tiny, guinea pig sized piglets who were cavorting in her sty.

And the end is nigh...


Other worlds.

10 comments:

  1. Lovely images. I like the sow photo the best. You got her in her best angle :)

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  2. Terrific shots! I, too, like the sow and your "angle"!

    Have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  3. I suspect an elf may have lost his toupée on that barbed wire fence!

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  4. I like the brevity. The lonely tree, the bare one that whispers of endings, the round berries that harvest their own universe. The sow. Hmm.

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  5. I liked the various moods in the shots here. :)

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  6. A nice nature walk in the country.

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  7. I don't have a clue what the last photo is... currants?

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  8. Yes, she was very picky about when she let me take photos of her! ;)
    The last photos are berries of some sort, but definitely not currants.

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  9. I found one of these furry things too (no, not the pig). I'll post a shot soon. I think it's a gall of some sort.

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