If you don’t like spiders, don’t look. Read more “Baby Spiders and Stunning Lake”
Last week I posted some photos of the sheep at the family farm I was house sitting and mentioned the ewes were close to having their lambs. Read more “Sheep Make More Sheep”
They’re super friendly and they and their mom are doing fine. Read more “Kittens and Seasons”
I went to visit a friend in the country and took a walk from the farm to the river. This involved walking through a cow pasture. Read more “Summer Cows”
I went out last weekend to visit a friend at her new farm and to and meet the new addition to the family. Merv, a Jack Russell, is a source of boundless energy.
Somewhat less energetic were the cows… Read more “Dogs, Walks and Cows”
I saw Petunia play at the Garnet this week. He’s charming, talented and his unique music is worth a night out. Find him playing in your town and enjoy.
I also had the chance to take some snaps of handsome baby Grier. Read more “Petunia, Grier and the Corner Where I Live”
There are a lot of reasons to fight for a better future – and sustainability for our next generations is one of the best.
The atmosphere in the park is positive, hopeful and Read more “Occupy your Hope”
I was out following a storm and saw a beautiful sloping field dotted with sheep under one of the storm front clouds. I stopped to ask the farmer if I could go into his field and shoot his sheep. He went into the barn to turn off the electric fence and came out asking if I’d like to snap a photo of a lamb being born.
This was the first moment the lamb raised its head.
These two are Becket and Rae. Rae was just a couple of months old and her mom and dad wanted a family portrait. Becket initially refused to have his photo snapped, but once we shared some time taking pictures of his race cars he was quite happy to pose. The camera isn’t as scary once you’ve spent a little time on the other side.