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I love the picture of the little house hiding up on the hill. Of COURSE pinecones count!!
Beautiful shots! That first one and the fenceline are my favorite. Pinecones, shot glasses, empty soda cans, dog biscuits, yogurt lids... Whatever it takes! :)
I love them all!! The sepia sure can add something to each different photo!
OH pinecones definitely count!! These are GORGEOUS. I mean it, you should put together a book. These would make a great coffee table book of rural pictures in Montanna. You are good girl. I can’t wait to see that tree :) Hey--if you need fillers and have some honeysuckle vine it is awesome on your tree. Just cut a bunch long and put your gloves on and run your hand down the vine stripping the leaves. You can twist and bend it all through your tree and it’s a great look :)
Wonderful pictures! My favorites being the bunny (well, of course) and the lone tree!Pine cones are great! Plus, whatever you can imagine! Little paper cut out snowflakes are a good filler too! Have fun!
Sepia suits the "Old West" feel of Montana.Since when didn't pine cones count?
Those are some cool pics, Sepia sure makes pics look cool (except if its plants then they just look dead)
Cool post.I was talking to Shirley yesterday( Ride A Good Horse)about you she was telling me how odd it is. We have the same name and we both have a black Morgan and we both won the contest she had the other day. I had left a comment or thought I did on your post when your horses arrived at their new home. I asked if Baby was a Morgan mostly because he looks like one but also because of his name.Well question answered.
Absolutely wonderful photography!
Beautiful, simply beautiful. I'm not sure why, but some of your photos brought tears to my eyes!
Your eye for photography is amazing!hey - thanks for the reminder.. there are a few books I want to order so I will have them for the upcoming "waiting room time"
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