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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Tuesday Muse - October 15, 2013



Hello,  Last week I had a post already for Nancy's Tuesday Muse and wouldn't you know it the darn computer was acting up and I couldn't get the post up before I had to leave for bowling.  -  So let's try it this week and see what happens.




Sharing a few more shots from the Drive that Coleen, Me and my Mom went on last Thursday. - Click to Enlarge

The farmers were burning their fields and we stopped to take a few photos.  If you look closely you can see some of the flames from the fire.

From up on top of Scenic Loop looking down at some of the farm houses below.

Some Elderberries we saw growing along side the road.

A view of the mountains.

Some cows we saw along the way.  Coleen wanted to roll down the window and "Moo" at them.  The look on the one cows face says it all!

Off to bowling now.  Hope I do better this week then I did last week.

24 comments:

  1. Such a nice rural drive! And good luck with your bowling!

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  2. I hope you do better in bowling too!

    I want those elderberries. All the shots are stunning, really like the first one and the cow's expression in the last one-too funny.

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  3. love the cows, colleen is just like me!!

    what pretty clouds!!

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  4. we always moo at cows lol...enjoyed the trip!

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  5. That sure is some beautiful scenery in your part of the country. Hope you get a lot of strikes tonight!

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  6. That sky is breathtaking!! What an amazing place you live in!

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  7. That's quite a shot of the fire! I love the clouds you found, too. And elderberries! My grandma in Ohio would bake elderberry pies, but I've never seen them in California. So that's what they look like! They do make delicious pies :)

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  8. Very very nice photos. Nature provides marvelous scenes.

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  9. Thanks for visiting and following my blog! Nice to "meet" you.

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  10. What a beautiful landscape! I really love that first shot.

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  11. Wonderful captures and the view of the mountains just took my breath away!

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I'm delighted to welcome you as my newest follower and will follow back.

    Until next time.

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  12. your shots are fantastic, they show the vastness of the fields.. sassy and handsome cow giving you the eye.

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  13. Ida,
    Looks like fall is beautiful in your area! Makes for a beautiful new blog header too.

    The farming pictures are neat. I like the rolling hills and big blue skies.

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  14. Looks like you guys had a great drive. The first image is fascinating with the lines and colors in the field. I remember when my kids used to Moo at the cows!

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  15. The mountain view and that sky are stunning. Love those cows

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  16. You live in a beautiful part of the country! I love the elderberry shot...and the mountains...and the fields.... :-)

    Visiting from Tuesday Muse.

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  17. You have some fabulous landscapes here! And that cow photo is hilarious.

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  18. Love all of these Ida -- especially the mountains -- gorgeous detail! :)

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  19. Awesome photos! I really like the one of the burning field and the last one of the cows. Hope you had fun bowling :) I'm terrible at it!

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  20. beautiful!! I have never seen elderberries before.

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  21. You had quite a fun adventure - these landscapes are really amazing!

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  22. These pictures are real master piece! Ida, I am amazed of your photography talent! You truly have a Gift from God.

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  23. Gorgeous shots. Love the photo of the mountains beyond the road...reminds me of the year we lived in Montana, although we were on the plains. OK, so the photos we have are like your photo minus the mountains. ;)

    I picture the cow thinking, "Like I've never heard THAT before." :)

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