Once again a stunning post of the most beautiful photos Erin...thankyou!
Beautiful. I especially love the horse... like a fairy tale horse ready to take you into the enchanted forrest! Anyway :) I am loving your banner. The white pumpkins are beautiful and go with the season but the color fits with your blog and the lovely feeling of it! Nice work Erin!! Glad you are enjoying your beautiful weather! I am happy it's been drizzling ... makes LA feel more like fall!
These are great photos! :D I love the cows the best!!
BEAUTIFUL.....i am speechless..........lovely pictures!! ............love love love Ria....
If I have to pick a favorite, it would be between the cows, and the one with the white fence. Nice job.
They look rather like old photos or paintings. I love the effects. Of course, I love the cows the best.
I LOVE the horse!!!
So beautiful, but the cows are my favorite! Maybe it's because we don't see cows much out here. I love your new banner too! You live in a beautiful place, that's for sure. We are having quite a bit of rain today. It's really lovely. Hugs, Karen
I love your horsing around!Carolyn
Love your photos as usual. The textures that you are using are beautiful. So soft. I couldn't help but laugh at that cow on the left. He looks just a tad unhappy about the whole thing!
I am running out of ways to say I love your work.ik houd van uw werkHow about in Dutch?xxxz
What a talent!!! Love these.
Your photos are beautiful. I love the animals and especially love the picture with the fence by the road!
Nature amazes, me, too. And so do your photos. Love, love the horse and especially the cows with the little cow in between. Marvelous!! Wandering around the garden yesterday and wishing you were here for advice. :)
Breathtaking! You've coupled the right texture perfectly. As someone that uses them I know it's not always that easy. Those steers look pretty mad! Hope you ran after taking their pics!!!xxC
Great pictures. My son and I like the cows and the horse the best. He really liked the butterfly and wanted to know if you caught it.
hi Alaina and son, rest assured, I would never capture a live butterfly (except in a photograph) but i do collect fallen soldiers. The butterfly and moth in the photos were found on the ground already perished.
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