a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Only Green...

in this winter waste land of browns.
Forests of frosts look cold to me
 I've forgotten...
how bad it can be!

25 comments:

Nezzy said...

I hear ya sister and might I say that 'brown' is not my favored color, less it be rich creamy chocolate baby!

Your pictures are just beautiful but please tell me ya'll don't have that snow on the ground right now.

You have yourself a wonderful day my friend.

God bless ya! :o)

Just Plain Tired said...

I'm all for seeing more green myself. C'mon Spring, get here quickly!

Lori Skoog said...

Incredible, how these animals get through this weather.

E said...

They look so cold. burr. But the photos are wonderful. The cow is amazing.

Nancy said...

Beautiful photo captures. It's cold and pretty brown here too -- waiting patiently for Spring. :)

ellen abbott said...

oh brrrr. that poor cow. wouldn't want to be him.

Jules said...

I love that snow cow. Oh yes, I'm well aware it could get worse. :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

mj said...

Fantastic photo of iced cow. It's a keeper!!! BUT burrrrr.

Melissa said...

Oh that poor cow! I just froze looking at him!

Rudee said...

Are these photos from last winter? I recall how bad that was for you. We've had a lot of very cold weather, but hardly any snow at all.

LindaG said...

That poor cow looks really cold! He will be okay, right? I'm sure he will be or he'd be in a barn. But these are things I need to learn.
:-)

Have a great day, Gail!

Sue said...

Yikes! I had no idea that those animals would get frosted over like that.

Sheesh. How do they survive? No wonder they grow "winter coats."

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IanH said...

Cool!!!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

looking at the frozen cattle I will never complain again!

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

But it is so beautiful..

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

Shabbygal said...

Ewww that put a chill down my spine! Very cool pics though! Hugs.Traci

Yolanda said...

I love the cow pictures

DesertHen said...

Burrrrr!!!! Someone stoke the fire and bring on the hot chocolate!

COUNTRY GAL said...

AWESOME photos ! Ponies and cattle look cold brrr ! Have a great day !

The Farmer's Daughter said...

I've always felt sorry for the animals out in the elements. I know they have thick hides and extra thick fur/hair during winter, but...!!! I still don't know how they can stand it. Looking forward to spring now that Christmas is over! Have a good day, Cheryl

Lisa RedWillow said...

It looks like home to me. Were under a heavy snow fall warning and soon everything will be like this again with the two feet we have already. Were going to have a lush spring. I cant wait.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Good grief but it looks cold! I haven't lived in that cold of weather since age 7.
Gorgeous pictures...How the cattle don't freeze to death is beyond me. Always has been. I guess they are aclimated to it ..(did I spell that right?)
Anyway... it's all beautiful to us who don't live in it...and I know you see the beauty too..your photo's show that.
:)

Yaya' s Home said...

Oh, I jus' hurt for the animals who hafta' be out in this kinda' weather.

Beautiful pictures!

~ Yaya

Bernie said...

Loved the piotures--especially the one of the cow. I love cows. All of you people make me long for Spring as well. I hadn't started thinking of it as it is really very far away yet where we live in Wisconsin. And it has been such a cold winter.

Great pictures.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Brr! That frost photo is stunning!

~Lisa

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