Taken almost 3 years ago on January 27, 2011. It could have been from today almost. I always wonder what this little closed up building is/was used for. No openings, no windows...nothing except the door which is closed.
Another from the archives...taken in January of 2011. For ages after I quit working at the orchard, every time I seen a tree whether it was an apple tree or not, I thought about how I would prune it if it were at the orchard. I just realized, that thought seldom crosses my mind any more.
Though this was taken week before last, a few days after the big snow, I thought it goes along with what we have today. We got an one or two inches of snow last night...it has blowed and drifted till its only a guess of how much we got. But I do doubt we got more.
This was taken in 2010 when we ran down to New Brunswick, Georgia. Vidalia onions sure sounds good right now. In the summer, sometimes we slice our onions and put the slices on the grill when grilling hamburgers. Also, toast some Garlic/Parmesan Texas toast on the grill....add a tomato when everything is done...nothing better on this earth!
I don't recall if I 'posed' this shot or just happened to think it would make a nice photo. I love onions, but probably not as much as some people. Roger's cousin went on a hunting trip in Canada. I don't know where....he and the guy he was with were dropped off at this remote cabin and the people suppling the food gave them a LOT of onions considering they were only staying a week. I think it was in the range of 20 or 30 lbs.
I found this and just cannot resist posting it...even though I am almost sure I have posted it before. To me, I get the feeling that the sunflower is getting ready to blow kisses! Do you get what I see?
I took this back at the end of September, and either I forget to post it for Friday's Fences or I don't post one at all. Finally, I ran across it the other night and thought to look for it for tonight's post. Notice the woman bent over in front of the fence in the foreground....she is a real woman. Remember you can click to expand the view.
I wish I could have seen all that was on this front porch...it looks like there is a lot to be seen. I think I could be an American picker sometimes. This was in Terre Haute, Indiana. Taken back in October of 2013. You might want to click on the pic to get a better view of what can be seen here.
This is a small barn, if barn is what you would call it. I called it barn for lack of a better word. It has really went downhill in between the time I first saw it and the time this pic was taken. One of these days I will look for the first pic I took of it.
This is a hawk I saw out at the strip pits in Feb or 2009....I contacted All About Birds and she thought it was a Rough Legged Hawk. I have gained a few more readers since the original post, and wondered if anyone else has seen a hawk such as this, and if you did, where were you when you saw it.
This is a cropped photo, but you can click to expand the view.
This is State Line Christian Church, just over the Indiana/Illinois border. The shots are all taken at the strip pits and appear here unaltered in any way except size. The sky was just simply amazing. Taken December 28, 2008.
Linking to InSPIREd Sunday. I hope it is okay that I posed all these shots.
I took this photo back the first of December and am just now getting around to posting it. The photo has been cropped. This was out at the strip pits. It is kind of blurry in spots, but I still like it.
Roger had cabin fever today...and I guess if I am truthful I did, too. So we headed to Walmart...but I told him to go to the strip pits first. We just went through part of it...and out by the one farm that has a few head of cattle. I often wonder do they see me taking pictures of their cattle since I stop every time I pass them.