Moo Cows at the Farm

Greetings from Minnesota. This morning the forecast said we “may reach a record high of 67.” I’m don’t know if we technically got there, but it felt pretty balmy out to me!

They (the mysterious “they” are pretty smart I suppose) say a picture is worth a thousand words. I happen to concur, and I like to include images in my posts as much as possible. It’s getting harder to get a lot of good shots at night because it gets dark so early. I’ll have to work extra hard on the weekends to capture daylight shots!

Here are a few old favorites that I don’t think I’ve shared before. The captions should provide sufficient words…

Red-headed Twins






Are you a picture-taking fiend like me? I really love capturing what’s around me, even though my skills are lacking. The decent quality of the pictures on my phone just fuels the obsession… 🙂

About Lisa

Hi, I'm Lisa. Dairy farmer's wife and Minnesotan to the core, I write about rural farm life, running down country roads, and the food, faith, and family that bind everything together. Follow along on my journey.
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3 Responses to Moo Cows at the Farm

  1. sweatykid says:

    I’m terrible at taking photos… I’m just not very snap-happy and I don’t enjoy having my camera out. I really appreciate when others take pics though. Love those red cows — they’re beautiful.

  2. Brit says:

    I photograph at lot of things at home, but I have to rely on Chris to take the pictures on vacation and stuff. For some reason, I seem to get too distracted by new surroundings to remember to photograph them. I really enjoy your cow pictures, cows always seem like such peaceful animals to me.

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