Tuesday, August 26, 2008



In honor of my sister's birthday, I'm re-posting some of the pictures I took on their farm, during the time we lived in their 14" camping trailer last summer for two months after the tornado destroyed our house!

Happy Birthday, Lorena!


WAGON
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BUNKHOUSE
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OLD COMBINE
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ONE OF THE HORSES
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ROCKER ON THE OLD HOUSE PORCH
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INTERIOR OF BARN
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BACK DOOR
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5 comments:

Daryl said...

You take the best photos ... have you considered making posters or note cards with them and selling them?

:-Daryl

Louise said...

Wonderful series of photos! I could no sooner pick a favorite than I could sell one of my kids! OK, no sooner than I could pick a favorite bird out of the 30-something that are at my feeder right now. Just takes me to the farm.

Anita said...

Daryl - Thanks! As a matter of fact, I'm working on a website to sell prints, or note cards, and maybe some of my knitted and crocheted things...
I'm not sure about making the note cards - I do know of one person who has his photos printed, and then glues them to the front of a note card... I like them, but I'm not sure how professional they are that way... but my printer probably won't print a card as well as having the photos professionally printed... I'm 'indecided' about that... and pricing is difficult for me - I've seen people sell their for less than what printing and mailing would cost me, and I've seen some go for WAY more than they should...
I'm working on it though! :)

Louise - Thank you! I envy you your active bird feeder... I can't wait to get out of this FEMA trailer park and back into town where there are at least a few trees, and more birds! Out here we only seem to have killdeer, and a few morning doves, red-wing black birds, and meadowlarks... of course, those are my favorite birds so I don't mind too much... they're just not too fond of 'citified' feeders... lol

The Texican said...

What a great collection of photos. I love old stuff and you have done a very artistic job of presenting your subjects. Keep up the good work. Pappy

Anita said...

Thank you! I love old stuff, too. I'm much more comfortable around old stuff than new stuff... :)

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