Thursday, September 10, 2009

Thursday Walkabout ~ September

Grass Seed head, Spider Web on Clothesline in Early Morning Fog
Indian Corn, Field of  Rudbeckia
Rudbeckia, Autumn Joy Sedum
Thistle & Bee, Mum
Mini Sunflower, Early Morning Foggy Barn
Landscape of Cattle & Horse, Goldenrod
Hazel Kitty Post-Dinner


Try to remember the kind of September
When life was slow and oh, so mellow.
Try to remember the kind of September
When grass was green and grain was yellow…

Hope you’re enjoying September… it’s speeding on by way too fast. Catch it while you can!



blushing rose said...

I love the month of September ... you have a lovely post today. Have a lovely weekend. TTFN ~ Marydon

Tara said...

Great pics! Have a blessed one! Hugs from Texas.

Lois Christensen said...

Looks like your cat enjoyed his dinner! Maybe he would enjoy helping with our field mice population living under our back porch! Enjoy your day. Great pictures!

Unknown said...

I love the early morning barn, it's so enchanting and the cutie patootie kitty too!!

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

Hi Tammy! You are so talanted! I love that collage :)
How are my girls? I need a Ruby and Gracie fix!

The Urban Cowboy said...

September? Wow, this year is racing by!

Jackie said...

I love the one of the fog and the barn. Great are talented!

Have a great weekend.

Unknown said...

Gee, I've missed this whole page of posts and I had you linked but never got updates? But, I'm all caught up now and am glad. SO sorry to hear about your kitty.

Unknown said...

love the cat licking her chops!

Debbie said...

Love the pictures, especially the cat!

Elle Bee said...

Hazel Kitty is adorable. I just want to scratch her ears. Love the indian corn and the barn in the fog. Awesome photos, as usual! You know this is my favorite repeating post of yours, and I'm never disappointed!

Joy Tilton said...

Tammy, thanks so much for coming by GrannyMountain for a visit! Looking forward to reading all your posts. We live in the NW corner of Arkansas at Rogers, not a farm but in the country.

Linda - Behind My Red Door said...

I hadn't thought of that song in years! My mom played it on the piano all the time! What a walk down memory lane!

Thanks so much for stopping by and your sweet comment!

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