Thursday, October 21, 2010

gold and rust

rusty cow neighbor
gold and rust- my mother's shed
Today's inspiration came from none other then a common cow and a familiar old shed... but how extraordinary they were. I never cease to be amazed by what happens when I bring my camera with me on a simple errand. I always SEE the world with new eyes. Pin It

10 comments:

  1. Maya,
    thanks for sharing this. We moved south this summer and the leaves don't change here. So, I am loving your post with the barn and the star and the beautiful leaves in the background.

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  2. Cheryl,
    I'm so glad the colors were meaningful for you. I grew up where the leaves never changed and each year (this is our 10th!)in the northeast feels like a miracle to me!

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  3. Beautiful pictures. I recently started bringing my camera with me more often. I'm amazed at how much more I notice, even when I don't have my camera with me.

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  4. Great pics. I'm taken by the Hereford cow. We raise Herefords on our ranch and think they are the prettiest cows of all!

    Jody

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  5. P.S. Upon second look, that appears to be a steer or a bull, not a cow.

    Jody

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  6. Wonderful moments caught in beautiful photos!

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  7. Beautiful pictures.The shed is soooooooo great and wonderful.The caw's color combination is great.

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  8. Thanks for the insights, Jody! I know very little about cattle, considering how many farms surround me. This "fellow" lives down my road in a herd of under a dozen other Herefords. They always look so striking... any time of year.

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  9. beautiful shots! I love that star on the barn, too.

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  10. I've been thinking about your shed all day. I spotted it on Flickr this morning. You're right Maya, I have started taking my camera to school with the kids and I'm amazed at all the natural beauty I'm discovering - a whole new world.

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