Thursday, 7 January 2016

Sausage and Cabbage and more Farm Photos for Good Fences

First of all a very HAPPY NEW YEAR to one and all, and I do hope it's a good year for everyone. Getting back to blogging has been a struggle,  but it just hasn't been possible until now, and unfortunately I dropped my camera a month ago on a stone floor, and  two small pieces broke inside, but only one can be replaced. My camera is useless without that vital piece, so I'm feeling a bit gloomy without it, and having to rely on saved posts until I buy another one. Counting my blessings however, as I know it's only a small inconvenience in this world we live in, where so many disadvantaged  people go without so much. A fun photo of Mel to begin the year, ... she brings so much joy into our lives, and I'm grateful for every moment we spend with her.


I love this photo of Mel amongst the cabbages, as most of them are bigger than her! :)
 

I see a heart on mums side.
 

Hello!
 

Looks a bit grumpy!
 

Far too busy to look up!
 

Unconcerned!
 

Young and curious!
 

Docile and content!
 

A cute fluffy ball!
 

Proud mum with her young!
 

That's all folks!
 
If you would like to see more fences, gates, and railings, and more crittetrs, just click on the links.Many thanks to Theresa and Eileen for hosting these fab memes.
GOOD FENCES
SATURDAY'S CRITTERS

39 comments:

Christine said...

Happy New Year to you too! Glad your back to blogging but so sorry to hear about your camera.
Your photos are just wonderful and uplifting! Love those cows and i did chuckle to see Mel almost lost in the huge cabbages!
Have a wonderful week!

TexWisGirl said...

lovely farm critters! adorable pup in the cabbage patch! nice to see you again! sorry about the camera...

Debbie said...

you picked great captions for all these images!!! i love seeing the calf nurse and the heart on mom....so sweet!!!!

lovely greens!!

Adam said...

cute ducklings

Linda said...

Such gorgeous farm animals! Thank you so much for sharing! I am really sorry to hear about your camera!

Bob Bushell said...

Pretty impressed by your farmyard animals, beautiful images.

Ela said...

Lovely animals !! Sorry to hear about your camera...!
Have a happy New Year !!

Blogoratti said...

Those are healthy looking animals, great photos. Greetings!

Margaret Adamson said...

Loved seeing all the farm animals especially no 7 shot

Nick Morgan said...

Happy new year to you too, Sonjia. I hope that it is a happy one for you. Every cloud has a silver lining and I have enjoyed looking at these pictures which I may not have seen if your camera had been working!! Your animals all look so healthy and content.

Joke (Joke's Camera) said...

Happy New Year to you too, Sonjia. I wish you all the best for 2016.

What a bad luck that you've dropped your camera. I hope you'll soon have another one. Your series is very beautiful. I also see the heart on the mother cow. So funny.

Till next time. Greetings, Joke

Karen S. said...

All your critters are exceptionally adorable but the pup in the first one is really precious. I just wonder what it felt like being inside?!

Gosia k said...

lovely collection of animals. And the best is duck with young. In Poland we have the same species

Ida said...

That is a bummer about your camera. I broke a piece on my lens so the lense cap won't stay on but I can still take photos.

Loved all your shots of the cows and their fencing, the cute little ducks and that sweet little dog in the cabbage patch - That was adorable.

Felicia said...

those cabbages look huge. love all your cute animal images.

susan said...

wonderful shots

Stephanie said...

Hello Breathtaking! Happy New Year. It is wonderful see everything so plump and fertile in your land. Looks like a lot of cabbage there. Happy harvesting :-) Warm regards, Stephanie

Louly cot cot cot (Nadine Louly) said...

Hello !

Your photos are beautiful thank you

hmuxo said...

LOVE this post Sonjia!!! I'm sorry about your camera....it took amazing photos! And yes, the heart is perfectly placed on that beautiful Mommy! Happy New Year my friend!

Nancy Chan said...

It is breathtaking just looking at the amount of cabbages you have there. Every critter is so sweet and healthy looking. I love all of them!

Teresa said...

Me alegro de verte.Feliz 2016.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

AAAhhh....that baby duck is just the cutest! And we both got roosters in our fence posts today! Hugs, Diane

Celestina Marie said...

Happy New Year. What gorgeous photos you captured. The eyes of the critters just melt my heart!! Love the cabbage patch with Mel. So sweet.
Blessings. Celeste xo

David Gascoigne said...

The image of the calf feeding is somehow a metaphor for all of creation.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I am so happy to see you back blogging. Sorry about your camera though! I love your cute Mel, those cabbages are huge. The farm animals are great, the calf is adorable.
Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

rainfield61 said...

we dance in a whirlwind romance at one time, and stroll in a peaceful adventure at another, and sometimes one right after the another.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

It's been a while since you've blogged, and I must say I so enjoyed this. What an adorable photo of your dog in the cabbage. I guess you could say he's a cabbage patch kid!!

'Nough of trying to be comical.

My favorite, tho I enjoyed 'em all, is the "Young and Curious" image.

Cath said...

beautiful farm pics...I had to scroll back to look for the dog in the cabbages...oh, yes, I see it now! and the calf with its mum is a sweet shot.

EG CameraGirl said...

OH! I really like these critter shots!

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Beautiful set of pics.. Have a happy weekend!

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots of field and farmm.

Helma said...

For you and all your loved ones a very nice and loving 2016.

You start with very nice pictures; s. Delicious fresh green cabbage farmer but also the young life of the calves and the little ducklings.

Warmest regards, Helma

Frank said...

Good to see you blogging again with lovely selection of images.

So sorry to hear about your camera woes but best wishes for 2016.

Rose said...

Sorry about your camera, I hope you can get it replaced soon. I did enjoy coming and finding a post from you! Hope you had a good Christmas and that the New Year is good to you!

Tomoko said...

All the farm animals are so lovely and your baby duck is just the cute!
Sorry to hear about your camera.
Have a good day!

Breathtaking said...

Blogoratti

You have an interesting blog but for reasons I cannot fathom I am not able to make a comment on your blog. Every time I have tried I'm blocked, and everything stops. I have to turn off my computer to return to my blog. So sorry!!

Rory Bore said...

beautiful shots! These bring back so many good memories of my late grandparents farm. It was my playground when I was younger.

Polly said...

ohh what great photos of gorgeous animals. Mum and baby are my favourite, the heart on her side is lovely.

Gunilla Bäck said...

Wonderful photos all of them! I love the cattle and especially the heart on mum's side. Take care!

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