Saturday, November 2, 2013

Beautiful

We had an incredibly thick fog the other day. Not just a morning fog, but lasting well up into the afternoon. Crazy! But super beautiful.


Resting after a long night.




With his good friend Keebler.


I love the look on Hank's face.  He loves his sheeps, especially his "problem child".  


Who, up until we put up an extra low fence board the other night before the big storm, was able to crawl under the barn lot fence...and not be able to figure out how to Get Back Out...so she was stuck up the hill and away from him...

Poor Hank.  We feel your pain ;-).


14 comments:

Lori Skoog said...

Hank is such a sweet boy!

Tombstone Livestock said...

Just gotta love all pics of Hank. You should start cataloging pics for 2015 calendars as you go.

Alice said...

Ummmmm… Maisie has had a rough week! lest we bring up the halloween costume idea again.
Hank and the fog kinda blend together don’t they?

Mary said...

Just wonderful photos. The fog is really lovely, and sort of cozy! And of course Hank is magnificent Hank and Keebler is adorable!

Mt Devon Meanderings said...

There is an old saying about the number of days with fog in the Fall being equal to the number of snows we are to expect in winter. If that is true.......bbbbrrrrrrr.

Andee said...

I love the misty foggy pictures. Oh that Maisie.

Christine said...

I love that Keebs was keeping an eye out so that Hank could catch a few winks. Poor Hank.

Miha Giustina said...

I agree. It is beautiful!:-)

Shirley said...

Hank is so very photogenic. The photo of Keebs standing guard over him is just special.

Judy said...

Great photos!!

MarmePurl said...

Hank is the best portrait sitter. But then again, Hank is the best Everything.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

Poor Hank and that Maisie has the most distinctive face...or is it I have been looking at her too long?
Fog is OK, we had snow this AM! Nice walking in it in the woods.

Trish Henson said...

Love me some Hank dog, patient protector.

Tyche's Minder said...

So I'm thinking that stonework could not make for a better photo setting if you had planned it...super nice.

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