Love this photo of the cattle on top of the hill with approaching storms in the background. Sometimes the views take my breath away and I cannot imagine not being able to enjoy the vast beauty. I want every single “picture” to leave a vivid footprint in my brain.
Through the years cows come and go at our place and I try to not get emotionally attached knowing that someday they will be gone. This especially holds true with the babies. I try to live by the theory to “just enjoy them while they are here with us”… Of course many of the mama […]
We have been so incredibly busy at the farm this spring. Lots of work in the pastures getting ready for spring grasses. Work on and in barns. Work in the yard. Getting all the winterizing taken down and put up. I love this time of year, but it is very busy time. Our drought of […]
My previous post introduced “Three Feathers” and everyone loved him! The “clean-up” bull has now arrived at the farm and his name is “Undertaker” and all I can say is… WOW. He is beautiful and huge. He also is very even tempered even though some of you might think he looks a bit fierce. He […]
This is a sweet pair… Nothing prettier than the Charolais cattle, although my first loves are Black Angus, the Charolais cows surely photograph better!
Nothing like sweet “Baby Love”. Cows are usually the best mamas. Snapped a shot of these two last Sunday. So sweet…
Lazy Hazy Days of Summer… This farm momma was very lazy…
I never tire of our beautiful sunsets. No beautiful mountains or oceans. Simply a few scrub bushes and a tree here or there, but I love our amazing oranges. Every evening is the same, yet different. I try to be outside when this time of day rolls around. It really is beauty for the soul…
Here are a few “faces” from this week. Cowboy had camera in hand when driving around which is good because I have not had a camera in hand in over a month. Holding out for some pretty spring shots. Enjoy these cute faces today! Number 1 “Black Eye” is one of my favorites. You gotta […]
Canola, Brassica campestris, is a major cash crop in both Canada and the United States. We mainly find it in our grocery stores as Canola oil although other countries use the meal and it can also be used as livestock feed. If you have never seen a field of Canola blooming then you have missed a scene of great beauty. […]
This year I was lucky to be in Montana when the canola fields were blooming. Wow, they are the most beautiful vision I have ever seen. Acres and acres of vibrant yellow fields everywhere you look. I would die and go to heaven if I could have had my family available to take a family photo […]