It was very peaceful except fro the annoying flies..;-)
flowers and barbed wire–nice juxtapose. Looks like an absolutely gorgeous day out there.
Thanks Lois..It was a very relaxing time..sometimes it pays to take that dirt road off the main road!
It is nice to see that it is actually green someplace! It looks so nice.
Yes we have had an unusually cold winter in FLA but flowers are blooming and that means summer is right around the corner.
(Spring here lasts 3 weeks..lol)
We in the Northeast feel as if winter has last six months. It will be a happy day when the crocuses are up.
Oh, Lynne ! – these are not frames to offer to Aussies ! [grin]
Lantana is a noxious pest in Oz – it strangles everything and the flowers eventually die off, leaving hideous thickets of hard tangled branches. One of best movies of the past decade is called “Lantana” by way of describing the relationships …
Oh boy, and here I thought I was bringing some cheery color to WP!! 😉
I don’t normally photograph flowers so next time I’ll look for daises..or would love to go to Holland and capture rows and rows of Tulips!!
Delightful spring images. The panoramic format is perfect for the pictures. I like the conceptual juxtaposition between the flowers and the barbed wire.
Thank you very much Otto…I too liked the juxtapositions in the photos..I always seem to find flowers near barbed wire..:-)
All are nice, but I love the second one! The contrasts in colors, lighting and focus are really appealing to me.
Thanks so much my friend!
I absolutely love the farm life… and miss it dearly. I grew up on a horse farm, rode around on a tractor, drove pickup trucks when I was too young. Man, those were the days. Your images brought back so many great memories… thanks for creating the post.
Shane, you were one lucky kid.. I grew up with farms all around me and I always wanted to live on one. There was always something to do there, like you said riding tractors, caring for the animals, etc. Now I take pictures of farms when I see one!!
Thanks so much for the visit and follow!!
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