Saturday, 18 March 2017

Picture This #394 ~ Rural

Many thanks to Pat for hosting this week. A great theme, as I love rural scenes. Hope to see lots of pastoral shots this week!!

1) This one always makes me smile, as I caught them by surprise. The one at the front was in the middle of munching a mouthful of grass.
Ewe Two!!

2) A field of buttercups...what could be more rural than that?
Buttercup Pasture 1

3) These Highland cattle looked really contented in their rural setting on a warm summer day.
Contented Cattle

4) A meadow full of puff-balls at Colby Woodland, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
The Meadow 2



5 comments:

  1. Hi Mitch great banner by Pat
    love your shots of rural England the sheep and the cows enjoying life and the calm quiet meadows lovely

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  2. "Here's looking at you, Mitch.

    Wonderful saffron yellow field

    "We're jes' chillin'."

    Beautiful meadow

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  3. Thanks for featuring my sparrows as banner picture. Love the sheep, funny how they all look a bit different in other countries. Ours are still in the barn. Buttercups remind me so much of England - we have them in Switzerland but more dandelions.Love the longhorns which I rarely see here. We had a farmer that had some a few years ago, but he seems to have given it up. Such a refreshing photo of the puffballs They are a nuiscance, but the summer months would not be summer without them.

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  4. Hi, Mitch, your pictures are so lush with green. The sheep make me smile too, as well as your contented cows. The yellow meadow is wonderful, especially with the people walking through.

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  5. Hi Mitch! As always, your photos delight my eyes... The sheep seem to be greeting whoever looks at them... are they of the so-called Irish Suffolk breed?... The two human elements walking in the middle of the yellow patch that contrasts with the nice shades of green, add a value to the photo ... Looking at the cattle, I presume they had had a 'banquet' before and were enjoying siesta... Beautiful shot of the meadow... What is my favourite? That of the sheep...

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