Friday, September 11, 2009

Early Fall

This is my favorite time of year. I love these cool, foggy mornings.



Ewen McTeagle and Boudreaux the Biter. Boudreaux is so dressing up as a fancy dinner table this year for Halloween. That is one big, flat, fat back. Some bordeaux on Boudreaux ;-).





Little baby Keebler. Looking all grown up and ready for his big boy haircut. Snif.



Hangin' with his best bud - who won't be getting a haircut this fall - different wool type, thickness, amount...



And what they're eating. I don't often see a variegated four (or five) leaf clover. Maybe it's some extra luck.

11 comments:

Denise said...

Yup fall is just lovely except for the hay fever on my part. Goodness, the boys are so big now...they grow so fast. Please save me a lock of Keebler and I will come pick it up in person someday :-)

Michelle said...

Last night I finally started to spin again, with the ounce of "Woolliam" you gave me, and was thinking "I haven't seen sheep pictures on Punkin's Patch for awhile." Guess you read my mind! We haven't had any foggy mornings yet, but they're coming; October is our main month for fog.

kristi said...

Beautiful pictures! Yes, autumn is the most wonderful time of the year:)

DayPhoto said...

Your luck is just amazing! Four-leaf clovers abound around you!

Boy is Keeb looking good! Gosh how he has grown!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

flowerweaver said...

With some rain *at last* it sorta feels like fall here too. Can't believe how woolly Keebler has gotten! Wow, a five leaf clover! You lucky gal!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Our mornings have been quite foggy, then all of a sudden it turns sunny, but stays cool, love it.

mudranch said...

Beautiful misty photos Sara! I love Keebler, can't believe he's so grown up now! *tear* ;)

Hey, I've awarded you, if ya wanna wander on over and pick it up!

Alice said...

Great pastoral pictures, Sara. It is still amazing how big those baby lambs have gotten. Even more amazing is how you can spot a lucky five leaf clover!

Shelley said...

I'm getting caught up on reading your blog. I just love each and every entry. I can't believe how big Keebler is! It's been a crazy couple of weeks. Hope to see you soon!

WildBlack said...

Lovely pictures :D I can imagine, you walking around in the field on a foggy morning, camera around your neck and a cup of coffee in one hand :) Hmmm, that would make a great photo subject :D

cyndy said...

Beautiful photos...you captured the time of year- perfectly ;-)

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