Got cows? The picture on the left is of a baby this past fall standing directly in front of the bins. It was too cute and the little ear tag sticking out I just loved! He thought I was a nut for asking him to smile but I think the picture looks great anyways! And on the right, ya that's my favorite beans harvest picture. I love the details of "on the ground" shots and you'll probably notice I take a lot of them...
Who doesn't love to get silly when they're stacking bales upon bales to take home from the field? Trav said I was nuts for forcing him to take these pictures but I love them now :) And the other shot is from harvest last fall, it's of their semi truck with what they were hauling that day, CORN!
The first picture is of a gorgeous plantation house in Louisiana. I would LOVE to someday have a giant house with a wrap-around porch. Actually, most people who know me know that's one of my main requests with a house I want to own someday. The other reason I absolutely love this photo is because of the trees having their way of just wrapping into this picture. And the other picture, on the right, is one of my favorite harvest time pictures. The way the corn rows look is just so pretty to me :)
I'm such a nerd but the cows always seem to give me a good chuckle. Look at the little dude who insisted on standing inside the feeder to eat. And the little guys on the right were so fascinated with my camera when they'd hear it click. Cattle are the most amazing creatures, they're so big yet such sissy's when it comes to humans walking around them.
These two pictures above really sum up planting season for us. Nerud's have their own radio system so they can chit chat with each other and I think it's neat how it actually says Nerud on them. Also, look at all the green when Dan was discing this past year! You can really see spring popping through in that pictures!
Exact opposites in these shots! One is about late spring when we were letting the ponies out onto fresh pasture grass the other was mid-winter when this little guy was digging in the snow for some hay. Both capture the love of the farm :)
Another crops photo which is actually my photo that started my photography business off and made me want to capture more and more still life photography shots. The other picture is by the beach in Galveston, Texas. Oh how I loved it and tried talking Travie into staying and buying this huge house!!