Sunday, May 31, 2009

Sunday Stills & A little more

This weeks theme is power lines. You have to look close, they are there. Always in the foreground of the beautiful sunsets we have in our backyard.
(You have to click on photo and enlarge to see powerlines. It was much more visible on my photo program then here on my blog)
My boy then grabbed the camera. Kids have a completely different perspective. I love looking through the pictures they take. You never know what you'll find. If you have been following for a while you must remember the Glamour Shots Leah took last year.
I apologize for my recent absence on my blog and catching up on others. I assure you I have been taking tons of pictures and have lots to say, recipes to share, just lack of time lately. You notice on my side bar that our list of "what's growing in the garden" is expanding. Between that, the kids birthday, and school wrapping up life has been BUSY. So looking forward to summer and the kiddos being home..... 2 1/2 more weeks.

6 comments:

livinginalocalzone said...

While I was at my parents' house a few weeks ago, I was looking through the pictures I took (with a non-digital camera of course!) when I was about 8 years old - and it was fun to see though my younger eyes again. I'm glad to have a bit of that view to remind me.

Farm Chick Paula said...

Beautiful pictures, Kim- I never did see the lines, though...
I know what you mean about being behind on blogging- it's hard to stay in front of a computer this time of year!

CTG Ponies said...

Awesome sunsets!

YD said...

Those are gorgeous pictures!

Pete said...

Your son has a cool eye for the shot.
I tried, but can't really find the wires.

Anonymous said...

Kim, just wanted to let you know that I finally made it to the blog and scrolled around a bit. Wonderful stories and pictures. I'm still in awe over all that you and John have done with the place. That book I mentioned about weedless gardening that my wife lives by is: Weedless Gardening by Lee Reich, Workman publications. After reading some of your blog entries you might also like to check out: The Organic Gardener's Handbook of Natural Insect and Disease Control by Ellis & Bradley, Rodale Press.

Well when time permits I'll try to check your family's blog, and keep me in mind for the hog processing (sounds interesting - always interested in learning something new). -Chuck