Thursday, July 9, 2015

A Photo Op and a Garden Video

"Ok, Gracie, line up beside your girls...it's family portrait time."


MaryAnn:  "Pictures?  Wait for me!"


"But MaryAnn, I wanted to take a family portrait, first."


MaryAnn:  "Here, wait a minute, this is my best side."


"But MaryAnn, I wanted to get a picture of the lambs."


MaryAnn:  "Lambs, schmambs... Here, get this....my best pin-up shot!"

Meanwhile, the sheep, who notoriously have a very short attention span, moved on.


What's that they always say about the grass being greener?
Oh, but what a cute little butt Faith has...


Thankfully, her little tail affords her a bit of modesty.
And how about those black leg warmers?

Precious Hope with her enormous eye lashes....


So, if you have some free time on your hands,
stop by for a visit below...
I made another garden tour video.


(I was asked before about the slight "motor" sound in my videos...
that is the sound that the auto-focus makes.)

I warn you.... you might want a cup of tea and some crumpets...
the video is a little long...
(the garden is big!)

9 comments:

nuri said...

Beautiful, just so beautiful! Thank you for the summer garden tour, greatly enjoyed it.

jaz@octoberfarm said...

WOW! what a garden! it is wonderful! i am inspired by your perennials. did you plant all of those flowers from seed? i have some areas i want to fill in and i've been thinking of planting perennials. your kohlrabi look like basketballs!

Country Gal said...

That was FANTASTIC ! Thank you for taking us on your garden tour I really enjoyed it , you have a beautiful property . Thanks fir sharing , Have a good day !

Patsy from Illinois said...

What a wonderful tour of the garden. A lot of work but so rewarding.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful ... I love seeing your garden and all of your property! Your place simply looks like a chunk of heaven here on Earth and I thank you for sharing it with us!

Marcia in CO

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

What a great garden tour, Bev! How I love patty pans...
Your photos are wonderful.. You have such gorgeous surroundings. It must take an enormous amount of work to keep the farm looking this beautiful. I just love the photo of faith trying to get under that fence.. And dear Mary Ann.
You look so lovely!
Have a great day.
blessings,
Penny

Missy George said...

Mary Ann just may be a little jealous of the lambs..Cute of Faith trying to crawl under the fence...Can't blame her for that..I'm sure she still gets plenty of attention..Your garden is amazing as always..Thanks for the tour..

Anonymous said...

On this dreary day what a pleasure it was to take a stroll with you through your beautiful garden. Thank you.

Annie v.

Kris said...

What a lovely visit I have had here today. The garden tour was delightful! I did not plant my garden this year, due to two trips we took early in the spring when I usually plant. I intended to do a few things, but then life got busy. So no garden. I am sure missing it. We have been in a terrible drought too, so I suppose it is good that I am doing my part to save water. My blog has taken a long nap. It has been a couple of months since I have posted. My computer is in need of replacing. I am using my husbands today to catch up with friends. It was sure a nice visit!!!
xo Kris

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