Thursday, April 22, 2010

The Yellow flower Farm animals, Weslaco, TX

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Jeff and I wanted to go birding at the wastewater treatment plant in Weslaco last week.yellow flower farm_003  It was closed to the public…

yellow flower farm_009  So I took pictures of this yellow flowered farm we passed..

yellow flower farm_017  and the beautiful farm animals..yellow flower farm_020Makes me not want to eat meat..  yellow flower farm_022Maybe I will stop soon.. yellow flower farm_023I could easily be a vegetarian yellow flower farm_024   I have done it before..yellow flower farm_014 yellow flower farm_012

8 comments:

  1. You can buy almost all types of flowers and floral items, namely, spring flowers, wreaths, sprays and sheaves, flower baskets and a range of similar gift items straight from home just by logging into http://www.squidoo.com/fleurdelisflorist.

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  2. Lovely pictures.

    I have 2 daughters who are vegetarians, It's a healthy way to live.

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  3. You are on such a roll that never ends and it is all so amazing to see where you go and what each new day brings to you. If you were writing all this down in book journals - you would have enough to fill a crate!
    The color is neat in these shots - and I love the one of the mama and baby under the tree!

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  4. Lovely pastoral scene. Funny--I just took a photo yesterday of a field of mustard. No cows since it will be a corn field. I love cows though--all of them should be able to live this way all their lives (instead of spending their last weeks in feedyard).

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  5. I love those rich spring colors, and how peaceful the grazing animals. When I visited Texas a couple of years ago, everything was dry and brown. So good to see it come back to life. Lovely photos!

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  6. Stop by for a visit and leave a comment. :)

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  7. Cows in flowers always look so much more contented. Well who doesn't??? Do you think the yellow flowers effect their milk? Buttermilk? Ha!

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  8. Thanks everyone for your comments..I have not gone vegetarian yet. I love the fields of yellow..

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ok what do you really think?????