I'd love to have you join my new photo meme! Here's the rules (they're easy, I promise!):
*Any photos you post must be your own.
*Nothing vulgar or obscene, please.
*Mr. Linky will go live late Friday night and you'll have as long as you like to post your link.
*Try to post pictures of your Saturday adventures, but if you have another day you'd rather share, feel free.
*The photos don't have to be from the same day you post. They can be a recent adventure, or something from long ago.
*No subject is too mundane. If you'd like to share, we want to enjoy!
*Please link back to LOTHF by grabbing the header from above. Thanks!
That's about it. I hope this will inspire us to take our cameras EVERYWHERE (well, almost) in case of spontaneous adventure.
Last Saturday the kids and I headed out in the afternoon for a mini photo-shoot. We had four cameras between us so I was hopeful some really good photos would come out of it. And they did!
Here's the quintessential hay farm photo. It's similar to my header, but you might notice there's one more child in this one. That's because when I took the header picture my youngest wasn't here, so we made do with two kids.This next picture was actually my favorite from the whole afternoon. The kiddos look so relaxed and natural. This one will be tweaked, printed out and framed...eventually.
Here's a series of photos my oldest daughter took of our chihuahua, Rosie. She heard something in the hay bale (snake, mouse?) and was listening very closely. She didn't stick around to find out what it was though.
And last of all is Trixie. Dear, sweet Trixie. Who terrorizes the goats and tries to nibble my head when I'm unlocking the gate. I tried to take some photos of her from inside her pen, but she would not leave my camera alone. Maddy took this picture.