Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Where flowers bloom so does hope. - Lady Bird Johnson

We had Easter dinner planned for Saturday at my in-laws, and my aunt-in-law sent me an e-mail asking if I would have time prior to dinner to come over (she lives next door to my mother and father-in-law) and photograph her Bluebells. Heck yeah! You seriously think I'd turn that down?

That morning, we were moving cattle from one pasture to another. Hubs called me to tell me he was ready for me to come help, and on my way, I saw a female turkey crossing the road, so I just had to stop and get a couple photographs. Why did the turkey cross the road? To have her portrait taken, of course!

While waiting for Hubs to bring the cows out of the pasture, I photographed a fox squirrel. I told the squirrel that it could help us move cattle, but it turned around and told me to "talk to the tail, Lady."

After moving cattle, I photographed the butterfly in the previous post. I also got some water drop photos, one of which is in the post prior to the butterfly. Then, prior to Easter dinner, I photographed the Bluebells.

Saturday turned out to be a pretty good day :-)


Kay L. Davies

Wonderful. So funny. A pretty good day, indeed, Misty!
Love the photo of the bluebells.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Horst in Edmonton

Hi Misty, excellent photo of the bluebells. Keep on shooting, we love to see your work.

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