Grey Days

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nature • Saturday, January 30th, 2010 • 13 Comments »
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13 Responses to “Grey Days”

  1. Farmama says:

    Oh my goodness…these prairie photos are incredible. What a beautiful place you live! I hope you’re having a nice weekend with your family.

  2. amber jackson says:

    Is this where you live? I am from wyoming so I am loving your blog! Thanks

  3. Clara says:

    Hello, just found you, beautiful photos. Only read back a little way, looking forward to reading more of your previous posts.
    By the way, I’m a left hander too, my first school teacher used to make me write with my right hand and rapped my knuckles with a ruler if I tried to write with the left. It wasn’t “normal”. After my father marched to school and saw the headmaster I was allowed to use my left hand but she still told me I wasn’t “normal”. Perhaps she was right!
    Have a nice weekend,
    Clara (Scotland, UK)

  4. Jennifer says:

    These are all close to where I live, though it looks exactly the same pretty much all around.

    Hi Clara, isn’t it awful that some teachers can act like that? All I know is that if we aren’t normal, it’s not because we’re lefties 🙂

  5. Anna, Sydney says:

    I’ve heard lefties are more creative and smarter so be happy you’re not “normal”! :o) (I’m a rightie myself so not tooting own horn)

    Jennifer, are those buffalos? Like, real, wild, westerny, buffalos?

    Love the photos.

  6. Emma says:

    Loving your ‘Grey Day’ Jennifer..We too have plenty of grey days here but none as stunning as yours..your wildlife photos are breathtaking!
    Think We pinched a bit of your sunshine here today though..its been biting cold but beautifully sunny too.
    Em x

  7. Jennifer says:

    Anna, yes, they are real, wild, westerny bison 🙂 A lot of people call bison buffalo, though technically buffalo are native to Asia and Africa. Most people call them buffalo here though too. They were making a run for the hill, so it was hard to get a good photo. I’ve been hoping to catch them by the road when they are really close up.

  8. French Knots says:

    Oh wow, what amazing pictures! You live somewhere very special.

  9. Mousy Brown says:

    I absolutely adore all the straight line patterns on that field – gorgeous! 😀

  10. Concetta says:

    These photos are so full of mood – you are a gooood photographer

  11. Anna, Sydney says:

    Hahaha, I sound like a fool, getting excited about bison. It’s somehow very romantic though. Can’t explain it.

    And as always, photos are stunning.

  12. james dewitt says:

    loveeeeee the piccs! are those buffalo real??

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