Tuesday, March 27, 2012

A Tale of Two Tales.

The truth is,
tales are seen from different vantage points.

For example,
this scene I caught up in the barn.

 I said,
"Farming and friendship:
 it just happens sometimes."

My farmer, from the other side of the barn replied
something to this effect,
"If you had to clean up after that guy,
perhaps your tender feelings would disappear..."

(or maybe "fly away on the shovel" would be more appropriate).

Reality has a way of doing that to drama, it seems.

Let's see if there is a simple marrying of our two approaches,
my farmer's and mine:

"Let's all have a grand day appreciating the simple realities
 that is the drama of our lives."

(Well, we'll leave it with my attempts to mingle the two.
The farmer is too busy carrying hay bales on his side of the barn.)

Linking up to:


  1. It feels like I've stepped into a deep conversation when I look at your photos. I love the lighting!

  2. interesting photos too look at, for sure. The expression on the pigs face made me laugh!
    as if to say, "Hakuna Matata"


    1. I loved that pig's face. He really was a cute one!

  3. Replies
    1. Thank you! Coming from you, that's quite a compliment!

  4. I love barns : ) Aren't they the best place to shoot? So much fun! Very sweet slice of life moment!

    1. Thank you! Yes, barns are so full of life and emotion and character. And spiders...but that's okay. They do their part with the flies. :)

  5. What a neat post! I love your merged quote.

  6. That first picture would be a neat painting!

    1. Oooo, what a great idea!! I'll have to remember that come Christmas! I always feel more "artist" at Christmas time. :)

  7. really beautiful, the light is amazing.

  8. FYI, newbie party reunion this Thursday. Hope to see you there! Gorgeous pics!


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