Saturday, July 26, 2014

Sunday Stills - Looking Through Windows

I've missed so many great Sunday Stills challenges this summer.  This one was extra fun - anything you see looking through a window.  I picked the Wool House because I have lots of great views from there!


The boys.  Baaxter is doing great.  He loves his "brothers" :-).


This purple flower in the Dye Garden blooms and bloom and blooms.


Horses and sheep on the outside, spinning wheel on the inside.


Baaxter and an odd view/angle of the lavender.  Everything looks small and crunched together and it's really not.  I did have to replace quite a few plants after the hard winter, but it really looks pretty nice in real life.


Another view of a couple of the boys.  I think Baaxter is behind the "bars" on the right.

17 comments:

Ed said...

Great shots, welcome back..:-)

Rebecca said...

Beautiful! Still waiting for the "dye garden" post. My yarn is just sitting here all white and waiting. :)

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

So glad Baaxter likes his new found family. Just the Best!
what do you do with the purple flowers in the dye garden or are they for 'show' .

Glenda said...

I'd love to have a painting or an enlargement, suitable for framing, of the first pic. Takes my breath away.

Jo said...

What a pretty view. Glad Baaxter is so happy with his family.

Miha Giustina said...

All you need. Right there. Beautiful sheepies.��❤️��

Tombstone Livestock said...

Would like to see combo of the first picture with looking thru the spinning wheel

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

All your window views are fantastic. Great pictures.

karen said...

you have some pretty awesome views! Love summertime windows :)

Sheepmom said...

They are all wonderful but wow, that first one with the zinnias being so colorful, and the bench....just want to go sit on it and look at the sheeps.... excellent!

Valerie said...

Wow! What gorgeous views. So glad that Baaxter is a happy sheepie.
Blessings and Sunshine, Valerie

Far Side of Fifty said...

Everything is still a beautiful green there! Great views out your windows:)

MarmePurl said...

Perfect. Inside and out.

MarmePurl said...

Perfect. Inside and out.

Terry said...

Your farm is gorgeous.

Deb W said...

Uuuhhhmmmm.....love all the shots and the sheepies but, a gardening tip.... Lavender is a Mediterranean plant-likes it hot, dry and with poor(ish) soil. Piling a heavy layer of mulch right up against the plants may encourage root rot. I know you have had some floods in that garden, washing the plants out, but good drainage is essential with lavender, so un-mulched raised beds might be a better idea. LOVE the Zinnias. So colorful and cheerful.

thecrazysheeplady said...

The lavender is in raised beds/mounds. The mulch is in between and several inches lower than the plants. The straw is to reduce weeds and keep the mounds from washing away. No mulch touching the plants :-).

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