Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Random Reds

Taken just after last springs mild ice storm

I'm joining Sue over at 
It's A Very Cherry World's
I hope you'll pop on over and say hello and check
out all the other fellow bloggers taking part :)

These are just a few random photo's taken around
the farm since we moved here.

My favorite Buff Orpington Henrietta with a few of her 'sisters'

Shep at approx 3 months old

The chicken coop/garden shed

This time last year

One of our Buff Orpington chicks from last March

The Garden Shed

Reds in the pasture

From the garden

Red wheel gate

I hope you've enjoyed a little trip back in time 
with me. It's been a wonderful year and a half
living here in the country.
Wish we'd done it sooner.

Enjoy your day!
Maura :)


Leslie said...

oh cool pictures... I like this Rednesday thing. I LOVE red!
Have a great Rednesday!

Heritage Farm Village said...

maura, those pics are lovely! since i am new to your blog, it was so nice to see the diffeent views. your chickens are so pretty and i love the contrast of red on a very beautiful white shep! so cute! jill

Beatnheart said...

your photos are fantastic! How are you getting the writing on the pics?? Do you use photoshop..hugs to you pal..

marie said...

Awesome photos! Love that last one of the "red wheel gate" ~ what a neat idea!

Vintage Gal said...

Love your photos ~ the garden shed is absolutely darling. LOVE IT~!;-)

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Loved all of you pics-how neat!


You take wonderful photos ! yes how do you get the writing on your photos, photoshop or gimp ! Have a great day !

Sherry@ Ties2ThePast said...

Maura...I ♥ your photos! They always make me SMILE!!!!

Sherri said...

Maura, I love all those pictures but the one that got me the most was of the little chick!! I don't know why but I love that little chick!! Thanks for sharing!

craftyles said...

Great red photos. I love the red wagon wheel gate-so cute!

Red Gate Farm said...

Hi Maura!

Loving all that red... the wagon wheel in the snow, just the little pop is probably my favorite... or maybe it's the cardinal... or maybe the dog collar? I love the bright red collar on a white dog! Our yellow lab, a very white yellow lab had a great red dog collar, however she somehow gets them off and then proceeds to play tug and chew with our black lab. Fortunately it has a lifetime warranty and I just need to get it sent in!


PS... I "sent" you a little award a few days ago (the same one as Andrea at Rural Revival). I understand if you don't "accept" blog awards, but please take a moment to check it out :)

LV said...

Love your farm red post. I am a country girl from way back, so I tend to love seeing some of the farm things again.

Robin said...

Such pretty photos. I love red, such a fun way to show it off!

Ann said...

Maura, Your reds are fantastic! I'm so glad that you are enjoying living in the country. Hubby and I thought we were settled but lately he has been talking of moving to the country, having a "little piece of Heaven on earth." We'll see...gotta get my son through school next year and then just maybe we will make the move.:o)
The Tattered Tassel

Happy@Home said...

I have just recently discovered your blog and wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed my visit. Your photos are all so beautiful and I adore your music, particularly Anne Murray. Have been a fan of hers for many years.

Catherine said...

Hi Maura!

I like your idea of a red post. like your dog and the chick, waiting for spring to see your picket fence, your garden and animals! Hugs Catherine

Ornaments by Pink said...

Maura, I enjoyed seeing the pictures of your farm, you lucky girl!
I've always wanted to move to the country and have some chickens!

Anonymous said...

Hi... I found you through the Rednesday Linky. I'm your newest follower. http://moogieland.blogspot.com/

Rural Revival said...

I know what you mean Maura. I could never go back. And I adore that red wagon wheel!


Sweet Homestead Alabama said...

Those tomatoes sure looked good, Maura! Made my mouth water... and it'll be months before we have any to eat. Except for the ones I canned from last year's surplus. Beautiful pics!

Shirley said...

Hi Maura, Your music is very fitting because it is definitely cold outside. We are suppose to get more snow the first of the week. I just don't know where we are going to push it. We had 8" over the weekend. I have been embroidering a couple of tea towels that have cardinals on them. I just need to finish the border. I love the pictures in your post because it makes me think of my childhood on the farm. I enjoyed reading your previous post and all of the pictures. Have a great day. A Missouri Friend.

Midwest to Midlands said...

Looking at your last few posts it's looks like you had a lovely and charming home where ever you live. I enjoyed the photos and stories. (Don't know about the bears though.)

~~Carol~~ said...

Oh wow, every single photo is so pretty! I think my favorite is the one of your chickens, because I think roosters and chickens are beautiful and I've always wanted to have a couple myself. Unfortunately that's not allowed where we live! :-(
Happy REDnesday,

daylily777 said...

Your photos are absolutely beautiful !Now I'm craving fresh garden veggies . ;~)

Kelly said...

Your photographs are so professional! You can really capture a moment.


Flat Creek Farm said...

Beautiful photos, all of them! I have to say my favorite today is the little chick. A promise of Spring and new life! :) Thanks for sharing! -Tammy

Verde Farm said...

I love these pictures Maura--they are beautiful. Little Shep is so snuggable.
Hugs, Mini Me


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