Tuesday, August 4, 2009

My Life. In Pictures- Session 2/ Day 3

The Shot of the Day from yesterday goes to: Cris at Elemental Baby. She selected a favorite photo that she took of her daughter. I love the emotion you can see in her little one's face as she enjoys some of her first "rides". The laughter you can almost hear through the picture is priceless! Great job!

For day 3 of the My Life. In Pictures. Challenge we were to show something "out and about". After we ate dinner I grabbed my camera and we all jumped in the car. I didn't know what I was going to find to shoot.

We ended up stopping over (unannounced, I might add) at a friend's house. She had mentioned a while back that they have two calves and how friendly they were. I thought if we could sneek in a little visit that I could get a shot for our "out and about" catergory.

Hubby, B, and I all enjoyed feeding the calves named Frosty and Brownie. They came running right up to the fence and let us pet them. They were just the cutest things. We also enjoyed looking at all of the fresh produce they have growing in their garden. The kids all found a few ripe tomatoes to pick as well.

Tomorrow the challenge is to show us "Something you are proud of". I know some of you have already posted pictures that could have worked in this catergory as well!


  1. That is just too cute! Calves are just cute anyway, but especially when they are approachable. It sound like a fun time while out and about!

  2. How cute! Felicia would pee her pants! She has been afraid of cows forever. It's funny! When we go to our local fair, she screams if we go any where near the barns!

  3. My kids would have loved this, they are such farmers at heart....don't know how, but they are!

    What a wonderful memory!

  4. How beautiful is that?! Cows and calves are so gentle; it's such a great moment.

  5. great pic, amber! love the black, white and red combo in this shot. very sweet.

  6. Great photo, calves are so cute!

  7. What a wonderful picture! And what a wonderful experience for your family. I grew up in rural Colorado having experiences like this and wish that I could give more of that to my kids who are going up smack dab in the middle of a huge city.


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