Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Wordless Wednesday: Landis Valley Today






14 comments:

Zan Asha said...

I want a farm like this :( The pictures are just lovely! Doesn't look like winter at all over there!

Judy said...

Those are the best pictures! The horses all look so furry with their winter coats.

Faerie Moon Creations said...

We have to go to that farm the next time we visit the area. So many gorgeous animals! :) Theresa

Heather said...

I love it all, but I especially love the pattern that chicken's feathers make!

First Draught Farm said...

Gotta love those big draft butts!

Possible Impossibilities Studio said...

Fantastic photos as usual! I've said it before, but such a great venue to have nearly in your back yard! Love the Araucana chicken! I used to have one just like her named Cornielia!

angelandspot said...

Lovely photos! I love them all esp. the Royal Palm Turkey and the Silver Laced Wyandotte hen. The horses are great as well :)

Jennifer Rose said...

more great photos :) the turkey looks so curious

Pony Girl said...

Those photos are so very nice! I love the lighting! What kind of camera do you use??

Designs By CK said...

You always have the BEST pictures!!! '-)

Have a great weekend.

Chris (-:

Bonnie Story said...

The first photo really reminds me of a painting by Rosa Bonheur. I love your photos - the steer in the shed and the lovely turkey and chicken portraits are blue-ribbon winners in my book. You always capture the integrity of animals, the quiet authenticity of their characters really come through for you and I am so glad that you share that!!!

Lin said...

That turkey is odd looking!

Nishant said...

The horses all look so furry with their winter coats.

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Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Getting some subject matter for your artistic talents, perhaps? hehe!

I love those fat and happy pony butts. And their shaggy warm coats. Makes me want to bury my hands in there to keep warm.

The Silver Laced Wyandotte is beautiful and made me catch my breath and wonder how you took a photo of one of my chickens. lol!

These are all wonderful photos of a beautiful place.

~Lisa