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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Our Sunday Drive

Everything is so beautiful! The spring showers have certainly brought flowers and all is green and growing!

I don't care if they're weeds, they make me smile!

This pasture was quite a distance, but we got some fun shots.

Goats are so much fun. Look at those little tails!

He shouldn't have paid us any mind, we were so far away, but I guess life is boring on the farm!

All different shades and splotches. Some solid color, some not.
Goats and horses make great buddies. Strange, isn't it?

The horses are draft or 'work' horses. No particular breed. Likely a bit of this and that and Percheron. 
The pasture is between Aylmer and Springfield, Ontario.

All of these photos were again shot and loaded directly from my Nikon P90 and then posted without alteration of any kind.


Everyday Goddess said...

Springfield sums it up very well! How lovely!

Brian Miller said...

some beautiful country there and some fun animal buddies to share it with...nice pics.

Eva Gallant said...

Beautiful photos! Strange animal friends, for sure!

Rick said...

The countryside is a beautiful place for a drive (so glad I also live in it!). Thanks for sharing.

btw - if dandelions weren't as proliferous and you had to buy them at the nursery, everyone would think they were beautiful flowers - which they are.

Frau said...

Thanks for taking us with you...gorgeous Sunday drive.

Judy said...

We sure love those weeds. There is something about seeing a field of dandelions that I love.

Jingle said...

I adore these 100%.
open farm,
fresh and inspiring farm fields!

Jingle said...

Happy May!

Tripat "Prerna" said...

awesome pix

Lynn said...

I noticed the horse...not the kind we see around here. :D Weeds or not, fields full of spring flowers just makes you sigh when looking at the beauty in this world.

Unknown Mami said...

Those weeds make me smile too. They are a burst of sunshine.

ethelmaepotter! said...

Spring, pasture of green and yellow, goats and horses...these are a few of my favorite things!

(But where's the barn?!)

My son went to high school with a boy who raises fainting goats. He lives on a huge farm not far from here, has majored now in agricultural science, and I love driving by his farm and seeing the goats grazing.