is such a happy place to see. Photographed in California by R. Labbe
an Alabama farm…really?!
emu, llama, chickens, rooster, sheep…all in a pasture of fall yellow flowers. it felt more like seeing a gathering of Noah’s animals. It was so cool! ~amy
black-eyed peas & okra, anyone?
my husband went to a friend’s farm yesterday & brought home okra…this yankee has no idea what to do with either one. black-eyed peas & okra is a VERY Southern food. the squash is not edible anymore, too many seeds i’ve been told.
Murphree’s Market & Garden Center
i think nature screams in bright colors to be noticed & eaten. I sure noticed. This Market is a few minutes from my house. I am very lucky to have an open Market so close by. It is a locally owned & family operated business. Its located in Vestavia Hills, Alabama
cows, chickens, dogs & a happy me
Pell city, Alabama. A day spent in the county, with temps in the mid 70s. a great time spent shaking off the regular of everyday.
um…excuse me, but could you STOP?
This sign is to prevent idiots from driving off the road and into the field of buttercups.