Sunday, April 29, 2012

Sunday Stills - Beauty Or Beast

Take something bad and find a way to make it look good/find some beauty in it – at least photographically. Like an invasive weed, dusty cupboard, scummy pond, flies…



Dirty dishes - the measuring cup for Blossom's ba-bas :-).



Dusty piano. Very sad. A piano should be used enough that it's never dusty :-/.



Cobwebs somewhere in the house, not saying where, but the potential house guest list is dwindling, eh? ;-)



More cobwebs in the house. Apparently dusting is like shearing - should probably be done at least once a year. Who knew...



Weeds in the yard.



Weeds in the garden.



Weeds in a tree.



And baby 'teefers', just because there's nothing much cuter than some baby 'teefs' :-D.

For more beautiful Sunday Stills...

22 comments:

Far Side of Fifty said...

You make me smile..those baby "teefs" are soooo cute..Thanks for the smiles..and your photos are beautiful! :)

Michelle said...

Good little weedeater, that Blossom! (Wonderful shots)

small farm girl said...

I did not know you were suppose to dust at least once a year! Wow! The things that I learn on your blog! Lol

Peruby said...

I know where the cobwebs are at my house. On my cleaning supplies!

dibear said...

LOL, thanks Sarah, now I don't feel so bad about my cobwebs. :)

fengirl said...

Happy 'Good Shepherd Sunday' xxx

Michelle said...

There truly is beauty in everything! Nice shots!

Alice said...

My first look at baby “toofers”!
Blossom is helping with the weeds, now if you could only teach her to dust!

Happy Day to a very good shepherd :-)

Tombstone Livestock said...

Just tell people the cobwebs are Halloween decorations you forgot to take down. Glad someone besides me has dust and cobwebs. Great shots of Blossom

Cecilia Gunther said...

I can't tell you how excited i am to find someone else with cobwebs hidden in the not so dark recesses of their house. Your lamb is growing. She is getting that fat lamby look! celi

Jody said...

Baby teefers always make me think of little Chiclets gum :-)

Ed said...

So what does she not eat? Great shots..:-)

Mary said...

We have cobwebs too! :) And weeds in the garden. But alas, no baby teefs. Though i wish we did. :) Have beautiful weekend! And psst..putting off housework never hurt a soul..

WildBlack said...

Great shots :) Love the last one.. so cute :D

Sheepmom said...

Great action shots of the baby teefers. Notice it's her tongue that she's using to pull that ivy vine in with. We've got cobwebs too. Think of them as spider habitat. And we all like spiders.

Eva @View from the Hillside said...

What a great collection of pictures. We have way too much dust here too. And the lamb is just adorable.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

You've helped me to see the beauty in the dust, cobwebs and weeds--THANKS for that! :-)

I also think that Blossom has some great teefers--And working in a dental office, I know a good ones when I see them! :-D

Shirley said...

Phew- I'm glad I'm not the only one with dust and cobwebs!
Blossom is a most beautimous beastie.

Terry said...

Oh my goodness! Baby has teeth now!

Sue said...

I love looking at my bottle lambies toofers, especially the ewe lamb I'm supplementing. She is such a dainty little eater it's no wonder she has trouble competing with big brother.

farmlady said...

Wonderful close-ups. Great photos.
But that lamb's face. Oh my. She is a cutie... and those last two pictures are wonderful

Linda said...

So glad I'm not the only one with dust and webs;)))

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