Thursday, August 30, 2012

More Flynnie Fotos.

Here are some more of my photos I took the other day when I was wearing my camera.

This is looking out over the hill. There is a deep valley here where the grass ends and the other fields start from the field I am standing in.
I wanted to take a photo of dad behind the fence, but he said I have got enough photos of him and tried to hide behind the grass.

This is looking down to the river. I should have stood on something so I could get a better view. Maybe Eric will let me stand on him next time.

That's horse poop mountain up there.

When I got back I took a photo of mum's tomatoes before I got in my plant pot. Mum is fed up with all the rain and no sun. She says nearly September and they are only just starting to turn colour.

29 comments:

  1. Yeah ours are still green too. But I am impressed at what a great shot you took of them all!

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  2. Those were great pics...especially the maters!

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  3. Your farm is so pretty! I love all of the beautiful scenery.

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  4. Flynn, you are a terrific photographer! Thank you for sharing these wonderful views of your farm. :)

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  5. Awesome pictures, Flynn! But TBT is drooling about the tomaters. He has none growing...

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  6. We love your field photos and only wish our tomatoes were green. Ours are just past peak.

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  7. Well done ! Good photos , and I can see everything is in control !!! NO INTRUDERS ! Not even the bug !
    Good job !
    Purrs for your mom's tomato to be RED !
    Miss u guys
    Xoxo

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  8. Those are great! We like how your dad tried to hide behind the grass. Haha!

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  9. Brilliant pictures. We think there's a lion in one of those fields.

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  10. You are becoming such a great pawtographer! Happy Thursday, furriends. xoxo

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  11. You're going to become a famous cat photographer.

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  12. You have such an artistic eye in your photography. I love the horse poop mountain!

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  13. I love love LOVE your CATography! I may have to buy the boys this set up... mostly so I can see where they go while they're outside! Where did you get your camera?

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  14. That horse poop mountain will probably be there until the end of time! The tomatoes look like they will be very nummy! Great pictures!

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  15. I love your photography Flynn! I look forward to every time you show us what YOU saw.

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  16. We like how you get all the photos in focus Flynn - we think you will be in great demand by the tabloid press!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  17. You really take great pictures! Such a more interesting perspective!
    Purrs

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  18. eric N flynn...we will bee mor N happee ta send sum sum yur way; we haz two much..it haz been drier than dog biscuits in a pail oh cement heer....bee on de look out for the sun in.....3.......7.......2.....5......1...........

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    stop by trout towne; we dont haz red tomatoz but we got red snapper grillin rite now !

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  19. wow Flynn you are an amazing photographer! How did you get such good photos of the tomatoes and your Dad hiding in the grass? MOL! Great job!!

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  20. Flynn excellent job of snapping Dad!!
    MOL
    OH we wish we could send you some of our sunshine for your tomatoes.

    Hugs madi

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  21. What a great photographer you are! We are already letting our humans know that putting collars on us is quite enough, there will be no wearing of cameras. But we'll keep coming to see your amazing pictures instead! Thanks for sharing them.

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  22. Flynn you take better pictures than my MOmma!!!!

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ✿•*¨`*•. ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥✿•*¨`*•.

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  23. Wow! Sweet Flynn you took some real good pictures. Your tomatoes look great. Because of drought all we had was plants, they never put on tomatoes. Hugs and nose kisses

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  24. You've outdone yourself, Flynnie!
    We are always amazed at what you show us. How the grass can look like a jungle...amazing!

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  25. Pawsome photos you have taken , Flynn !
    The only thing that is starting to change color here is the leaf´s on the trees :(

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  26. You did a great job, Flynn - as always! I especially like that last shot of the tomatoes -- it's very sharp and in focus.

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