Saturday, October 4, 2008

Camera-Critters #26

As the sun begins its journey to set,
casting shadows on the world which it is telling goodnight,
somewhere, in The Middle of Nowhere Turn Left at The Cow,
a young creature also starts a journey of her own.
(c) Misty DawnS

This is a journey of major importance,
this journey from yard to barn.
The sun has done its job for yet another day,
providing a nice warm sunny spot for the critter to lay
and visit with friends and neighbors.

"So, how long you lived 'round these parts?"
(c) Misty DawnS

But, now the sun has gone, and so must she.
So, the journey begins...(c) Misty DawnS

Ahhh, but there are perks to this journey...
very important perks, namely...

(c) Misty DawnS

So, you walk a little while,
and then you eat for a little while.
Hey, journeys from yard to barn
take a lot outta a girl.
You've got to replenish your energy
with one of those high energy drinks that are all the craze right now.
This girl prefers the high-energy drink called
(Don't worry if you've never heard of it, it's new on the market).
It's good stuff, makes your eyeballs spin' round, and
(c) Misty DawnS

you lose all sense of manners.
"I don't need no stinkin' napkin!"
(c) Misty DawnS

Once completing the journey, the critter is ready to enter
the dreamland world full of green pastures and endless hay fields.
But, first she must be lifted by one of those human-people over the
entry from cement to building.
(Her legs are still not right and we sometimes have to 'help' her out)
"I now bid you all, sweet dreams and goodnight."
(c) Misty DawnS

Are y'all getting sick of her yet? I just realized I've done three CCs about her in a row... sorry, bout that! I just can't resist her.

Forgive me, I didn't name her "Shirley" because... well, because that's my Mother-in-law's name. hehehehe.

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You just want to hug him don't you.
Evening on the farm is very evocative.


Cute little cow, lovely pictures. I loved the first one with just the shadow.


Excellent photos. Like dirk, I really like the first one. The shadow tells a story. Nicely done.

Reader Wil

Wow, Misty, this is a beautiful series about the life of a calf and its needs. He is such a lovely adorable critter! And above all I like the poem very much!
Have a wonderful weekend.


this baby cow is such a cutie! she's famous now!! keep posting about her. i'd love to watch her grow up!


I'm thoroughly enjoying reading about and seeing all the great pictures of the little calf! Great shots!


I also enjoy ur foto series...

I hope you stop by at my CC post also in HERE. Thanks


Wonderful series, Misty!


Ah! This is such a sweet post and your telling of her story was so natural.
She is cute.
For me, I hope you keep telling her story so we can watch her grow right along with you.


She is a precious critter. I love the shot where she is feeding and looking at the camera.

david mcmahon

That is such a parable of life, Mist. Great work - and I love the first shot especially.


a sweet little thing.


To be honest I didn't realize that it was three weeks in a row, especially by the time you get through all of the other posts. She is very cute and I can understand the need to use her over and over again for posts. Great little commentary to go with the photos. Thanks for sharing.

Teena in Toronto

What a cute baby :) The shadow pic is very cool!

I played too :)


So sweet! Totally understand about the name!


She's so cute!!! I want her!!! Bring her up for me K?

Jane Hards Photography

You post as many as you like, just so cute.


Mooooo you're a lovely one! hugsss!

she's just so cute. :) what's her name then?

happy CC!


Awww! Such a sweet calf! I'd like to give her hug too. Great photos!


Wow, that is a good series, Misty.

The calf is especially endearing.

Jillie Bean (AKA Bubba's Sis)

She is the cutest baby!!! I love her!! What IS her name?


cute little cow!!

A Blog In The Rough

I say nay! I'm not getting sick of her, she's too cute, especially the shadow.. oh and the visit with the cat too how cute :)


I love her coloring! What a fun time! Love the little milk dribbles from her baba. :)

Heart of Rachel

Those are wonderful shots. I love the first one. The shadow makes it mysterious somehow.

i beati

You are the coolest girl with your shadow first .. I still haven't sent my things - up to my ears. one day a


What a great set of captures!

Lilli & Nevada

No way am i getting sick of her,i just wish i could be there to help feed her, i remember the days when i would feel that want of a baby so would go to the auction and pick me up a baby calf or a baby lamb and do the midnight feedings. Really miss those days. thanks for sharing them


Don't apologise. She is beautiful. What is her name then?

I must try this milk stuff. By the look in her eyes it is good. ;0)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy

Misty: What a neat shot of the baby calf on the bottle. That one look said get away.
Busy weekend and hard to keep up.


Beautiful shots! And she is so cute!


i so love this post, misty!


No, I'm not tired of her. She is absolutely adorable!


Aw! She looks so adorable! :)


Very nice looking calf.


Awwww... What a cutie! :-)


Love the shadow shot! Really great one!


ooohhhh,aaaahhhhh, I just love the pictures of little guy drinking from the bottle! What fun!


Now I have to go back and check your other posts about her...I have raised a few on a bottle and I am totally enjoying seeing these.


Misty... Your little calf is absolutely adorable! With her curly hair and huge eyes... I think I'm swooning... Lol! Please keep posting photos of her - it's fun to watch her grow up. :)

Gemma Wiseman

This post was like a brief journey in your world! Just brilliant! And loved the pics, especially the one without a napkin!


oh... she's precious...... :)

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