Saturday, May 19, 2012

Done seeding!

Hello all,
  Once again, I have not posted for many days, and my only excuse is I have been tremendously busy... ;-)  Hope that is good enough...

   We finished our seeding here last Friday! (not yesterday, 8 days ago...) So glad to be done with that, and now we can move on to other projects... The Lord has blessed us with beautiful weather this year, and even sent us a shower this morning. :-) 
 I have been keeping busy with shop work mostly, now that we are done seeding.   Going to have to go through the haying equipment and make sure that is all ready to go for the busy haying season...   We also have to check on the fences in our pasture, and move the cows up there soon...  So much to do -- we are sure never bored around here!

A couple of days ago I got a chance to go outside and take some nice pictures, so thought I'd share a couple of them with you.  :-)  Here is a sneak peak at my latest project:

Our apple tree blooming:

"The Lonely Dandelion"

A nice bleeding heart in the greenhouse:

Do you see it?

The Monarch:

Hope you enjoy my pictures!
   Andrew B.


Patrick said...

Interesting post Andrew. We will be haying soon also, next week, weather allowing.

I can't wait to hear about your latest project! I really like diesel pickups, I hope my next truck will be one.

Tidbits of Torah said...

Beautiful upclose pictures, Andrew. You really captured our Creator's beauty. I enjoyed stumbling across your site.

Tyler Wilson said...

Wow! They look amazing! Love the spring pictures :) I'm also getting ready to cut hay next week :D

Unknown said...

Thanks for the comments!
Patrick, hope your haying goes well!
Tidbits of Torah, Thanks for stopping by! Glad you enjoyed your visit, stop in again... :-)
Tyler, I was just having fun taking pictures... I do enjoy photorgraphy, when I have the time... Hope haying goes well!
Andrew B.

Dawn Bornemann said...

What an awesome post, Andrew! I am starting to see why you wanted this camera--everything is so clear, unless you didn't want it to be. Just beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Great photos! Only I don't think that that's a Monarch.