When visiting my childhood home, I quite often find myself outside walking around in the pasture with my camera. This weekend I could not stop taking pictures of old fence posts and fields left to grow wild grasses.
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Hi, I just remembered that I tagged you in a post last evening and forgot to tell you. Can’t believe I forgot! Here is a link to it if you’d like to take a look…
Ahh, you! Thanks for the tag. I will be sure to get to it soon. My Mother-in-law is in town visiting for a week so my blogging has pretty much come to a screeching halt. I did, however, write a post regarding the lovely blog award and hope to get that up in a day or two. Please continue to have patience with me. 🙂
No worries. No pressure from me, it’s all just a bit of fun. 🙂
Have a nice day!
These pictures remind me of being young and growing up on our farm! Thanks so much for bringing back some great memories for me 🙂
I am glad I could bring forth to you some great memories. Growing up on a farm in the country was such a wonderful experience for me. I am very lucky that I still have the ability to go home and visit. I don’t know how many pictures I have taken of the out buildings, old barns, sheds, and chicken coops over the years.
Those are lovely pictures. I hope you found some treasured memories in your visit home.
I did – it was bittersweet and I am glad it is over but it was nice on some levels. Glad you like the pictures. 🙂