Saturday, December 26, 2009

Sunday Stills: Odds and Ends


What a great way to end the year. Here are my odds and ends from Fall, 2009.






I love wheelbarrows. Can you think of any other tool that
carries food before it goes in AND after it comes out?



The soon to be "end" of a Ramone's oat cake - Red's FAVORITE treat.




Tess is a very generously proportioned cat who seeks out the highest places in the barn.
It is rather odd to notice movement up high around the beams, look up,
and see Tess perched grandly on a beam or ledge far above the ground.







Black Jack is our newest barn cat. He is determined to match Tess in size.
It is very odd to see how he starts begging for more food, seconds after cleaning his plate.



The "end" of my nasturtiums, one that survived the frost.


This rose bud is on a bush that was "lost" for a bit in an overgrown corner of my garden.
What a lovely "end" to two days of hard work.



Puffball mushroom or alien life form invading the general pasture.



This flower is very odd. It is on a wild azalea bush that blooms in April.




To see other wonderful "odds and ends" visit Sunday Stills Photo Challenge.

12 comments:

Brenda said...

Those cats can get into anything! Love the orange flower.

Sydney said...

Love the second picture of the wheelbarrow. Great!

gtyyup said...

The wheelbarrow photo is fantastic!! Very nice...but it was wonderful to see warm weather photos...as I look out at the snow 'n 20 degrees...blah!

One Red Horse said...

gtyyup, we are SUCH wimps here on the coast - whining about cold nights when it is only 37 degrees.

Lori Skoog said...

Love the quote about the wheel barrow. You've got that right! A great review.

Thanks for all your visits and sweet comments.

Happy New Year!

Ed said...

Great shots..:-)

theegggather said...

Like the wheelbarrow pics very much. Good job.

dibear said...

Very nice odds & ends. Too many to pick a fav. :)

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Lovely photos.

CoyoteFe said...

Love your studies of light and shadow. And, of course, I am always a sucker for a barn cat!

horseideology said...

I love the first two photos! And the one of Red's nose of course!

CTG Ponies said...

I love all your odds and ends!