Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Everyone looks quite content and Coe is ADORABLE!
What’s with the finger up the nostril?There’s nothing as peaceful as a herd of cattle in a pasture, unless there’s a bull around.Yours look peace personified.
looks like everyone is hanging out and having a good time....
Your very own composition. A Pastoral Sweet.
I imagine how that tongue must feel...never having my fingers in a calf's mouth. It's got to be smoother than a cat's tongue, right?
Coe is gorgeous. But my favorite is your donkey!!!
Friko - it's a finger in the mouth -- the baby is still in a very oral stage. John was moving some of the gang to a green pasture to enjoy the grass while it was there. Barb, the tongue is almost as rough as a cat's and the suction is something fierce.Pastoral Sweet...by Hay-den, Martin?I have to admit that Coe is an error -- don't know where that word came from?Works as a name though.
Any teat in a storm, or for that matter, a lovely Autumn day. Thanks for the gorgeous pictures.
Beautiful photos, and Coe is precious...there is so much innocence in those eyes:)
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