Monday, November 2, 2009

Mixed Emotions

This is not the same farm couple as the two in the photo below



"You eat the high hay and I'll eat the low hay"......................

Bucks County style BBQ. I felt a little uncomfortable about this scene after meeting my friends in the pictures above
Although I did end up eating pork ribs for dinner that night.

25 comments:

Regina said...

:) Nice critters. The farm is awesome.

Alan Burnett said...

That sky on the last picture looks full of storms. Hope you managed to get the food before the rain came.

Vogon Poet said...

Bold choice of pictures to post together! I'm sure you enjoyed your meal, as the old boss say 'It ain't personal...'

Bibi said...

Love both animals, though I ate lamb yesterday....:<(

I remember the stone farmhouses...

Valerie said...

It's an environment I would like to see more off. Thank you for sharing the scene and the animals.

Thom said...

ROFLMAO...Pork ribs. Such is life. Without them, we wouldn't have you...so I vote for eating more pork ribs :) Wonderful photos my friend :)

Gallow said...

At first glance, the first photo looked like the sheep was standing on the back of the goat. It made me do a double look. Great photos.

I like how use captured the intensity of the colors in the last photo. There is a lot going on in the photo, so it draws me in looking at all the items.

Well done.

Anya said...

Beautiful shots today
from the farm :)
Yummieeeeeee.....
eating pork ribs that sounds like my husbands favorite ;)

diane said...

Great farm photos.

Malyss said...

Never look at your food in the eyes...
i like the blue touches in the last picture. they take the eyes from one place to an other.

Cezar and Léia said...

This farm is so cool!I liked a lot your idea but I don't know if I agree with pork ribs! LOL
Only you James, to think of it!
I think people there were preparing a kind of party!
Léia

Lois said...

They are really cute James! The weather doesn't look so good for a BBQ though.

Tom said...

Apart from the animals I noticed the stone work on the building... so much to see in the last shot.. my eyes keep picking stuff out.

Tom

kaye said...

LOL! I doubt you ate a goat.

Sunny said...

I think the goat was smiling for you in the first picture.
I love all the elements in the second picture; the stone building, the gate and of course the sheep and goat. (I love sheep!)
I had to really study the last picture, there is a lot to see besides the lovely stone building and the fabulous clouds.
Sunny :)

Frank said...

Darn. Forgot to link on for my reflection. Oh, well, others are great this week and your post today is too cool. What a wonderful place to live. Winter's moving in fast, right?

Asta said...

Hi James,

LOL-:)
I love the shots and you comments-:) I hope you enjoyed your meal.

Best regards
Asta

cieldequimper said...

Funny post, weird interracial couples! Hope the ribs were good!

maryt/theteach said...

But you didn't eat lamb chops, right, James? Ha! Great shots! :)

maryt/theteach said...

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Martha in PA said...

Great shots! We live near Hatfield Packing, and every time we see the trucks of the piggies going to "market", I feel sad, but Tara says.... it tastes so darned good.

ARIPI DE FLUTURE said...

so cute

JPT said...

Nice stuff.

Owen said...

You said this was not the same couple in the first photo as in the second... if these are two couples here, there's perhaps something odd going on at that farm... but hey, who am I to judge??? And was just eating some yummy goat cheese at lunch, but no lamb chops...

Carolyn Ford said...

I love the textures and colors of the building in the second photo! That is such a great capture...my favorite!