Wednesday, April 8, 2009

4/8/09 Outdoor Wednesday #13

Hop on over and see what is featured on other sites that has an Outdoor Wednesday theme at: http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/. Thank you Susan for being our hostess.




Munch a bunch of grass....

Such long eyelashes you have....
Here is some information about Wagner Farm, Glenview Illinois http://www.wagnerfarm.org/About.html.



20 comments:

  1. These are lovely. I grew up on a farm in Missouri and my father raised cattle. These pictures bring back such wonderful memories. Thank you too for commenting on my blog, For the Sake of Time.

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  2. That's a place I'd like to visit! Such sweet pictures ... I adore animals (well, most animals LOL).

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  3. I never thought about it, but now I'm jealous that cows have longer eyelashes than me! Thanks for sharing. Happy Outdoor Wednesday. Here's mine:
    http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/2009/04/yellow-tabebuia.html

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  4. Those are lovely cows... I'd love to stay at a B&B in a farm for a week during the fall...

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  5. They are so sweet....Wish I had long eyes lashes...LOl Would love to visit the farm....got to do that one day....Thanks for sharing...Katherinellen

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  6. Hi Joyce! Amazing outdoor post! Great shots!

    Blogtrotter is showing you Brasilia. Enjoy and have a great and long Easter weekend!

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  7. Happy Outdoor Wednesday Joyce! Aww...look at those lashes! Thanks for sharing your photos.~ Susan

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  8. I think cows have the prettiest faces.

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  9. Joyce you know you touched my heart strings, loved the photos, thank you for sharing. wishing you and yours a very blessed and happy Easter.
    Sue

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  10. Mooo to you too. Looks fun.

    Kathy b

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  11. Hello Joyce, I am glad you got a kick out of the frog. What I didn't show was bunches of icicles from the water he is spitting. We love him too.

    Your cows are awesome shots from your camera. I love farm animals as I grew up on a dairy farm in MI. until I was 9. Then off to Fl. I would love to visit that farm.

    Hugs...Jeanne

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  12. What great shots!

    I hope you live in the correct zone for a cherry tree! We love it!

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  13. Thanks for stopping by and visiting my blog about Hershey Gardens. I see you are a photographer. There would be a lot of things to shoot there. Have a happy Easter.

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  14. Beautiful pictures, Joyce! My granddaddy used to raise cattle so I have many happy memories of him with them.

    Thanks for sharing your gifts of art!!

    Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  15. Lori, Kwanzan Cherry Trees grows in Zones 5-8. Illinios is classified as Zone 5. YEA, perhaps I will plant one this year. It looks so beautiful in your yard.
    Joyce

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  16. I love cows!! Great pictures. Hope you have a Happy Easter!!

    Karen

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  17. Thanks for visiting the house in the roses... may you and yours have a blessed Easter and may you experience the peace and love of God.

    Hugs

    cielo

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  18. Such pretty faces, well done! We raised Hereford cattle, they have pretty faces too.

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  19. Great lashes. Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing.

    Blessings,
    Elizabeth

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