Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Rural Views



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Quinn Stables


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N.B. Another one of my photo's was published in renowned naturalist Terry Spraque's newsletter... Nature Stuff - Tours & Things

Live life following the kiss principle. Keep things as simple as possible.

Happy New Year to family and friends!
Bonne année à ma famille et amis!

14 comments:

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

great rural shots. enjoy the close-ups. Happy New Year.

Tabor said...

I really like the lighting on that last photo. They all look cold, though! Brrrrr.

Buttons said...

Hi Daniel Happy New Year I have always tried to live by the KISS motto beautiful Photos . Happy New Year. B

Nancy Claeys said...

I like your motto for 2013 and think I have adopted it myself -- a few days ago.

Happy New Year my friend.

Val said...

those sheep just crack me up!! Great photos and congrats on being published again.

Red said...

I really like the green barn and how it was added on to.
Snow gives photographers all kinds of opportunities to use their skills.

Gillian Olson said...

Great pictures, I especially like the sheep.
Happy New Year.

Beth said...

Great photos Daniel!

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Yes, I love the KISS principle! A beautiful collection of photos you have here. Congrats on being featured in Nature Stuff! That's truly awesome. May you have a healthy, happy and prosperous new year!

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

These are great shots Daniel- love the barns! Congrats on the published photo!

Stephanie said...

Wonderful shots especially the sheep.

Michelle said...

Congrats on being published. You are a talented photographer and deserve it!

Roban said...

These are beautiful photos. I especially like the sheep and the horse, but that green barn certainly grabbed my attention.

Congratulations on getting published. It looks like your new year is off to a good start!

Lisa Gordon said...

What a beautiful series this is!

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Daniel, and I wish you all good things in 2013.