Saturday, 15 October 2011

Good Morning......

I was out in the garden 
and saw these big strong men
looking in at me ! 
~❀~


 
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38 comments:

lambs and ivy designs said...

I am now following you!!

I love those big strong "men", though I must say, I would be happy for a strong fence between us!

Hugs,
Dana

Ellie said...

I had a smile to myself when I saw your picture - I wasn't sure what to expect when I saw the comment 'big strong men'. Love it though!!! Hee hee

Claudia Moser said...

So rain has stopped? :) Mighty ones!

jabblog said...

With a bit of effort they could join you in your garden;-)

Lynne said...

Love that photo and your "big strong men" comment. I would love to save the image if I have your permission?

TexWisGirl said...

they're so beautiful!!!

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Lynne,
of course you can save the image.
I have no problem with that at all.

x

Jill said...

This was a wonderful post! Made me smile ear to ear!

Giga said...

Chyba im się spodobałaś :-).Pozdrawiam

Thisisme. said...

I smiled as well at your post today. What handsome men they are too! Looks like you are like me then, with fields around you. Lovely!

deb duty said...

So funny! They are really staring at you! It made for a great pic!

♥●• İzdiher •●♥ said...

Adorable !!!!
And good mrning .


That award is for you too, my love.

Kentish Keg-Meg said...

I had to smile. Lucky they were behind the fence.

Anne said...

Hi Fiona! This photo is brilliant:) Don't think I would hang around long if they got loose!!
~Anne

Marissa @Life On Our Side Of The Mountain said...

Haha! Love this post!

ShonEjai said...

Oh my! Very intimidating! Great shot!

frayedattheedge said...

Gorgeous boys!! I was once in the company of several ladies who commented on the 'cows' holding up our bus. My friend (a farmer's wife) said .... they're not cows, they're bulls, they've got b*lls!!!

Bouncin' Barb said...

Wow they sure were focused on you!!! haha. Love it.

Angela said...

I love how they are all watching you! Very cool capture!

Allison said...

Ha! Well I hope they have the good sense to stay on their side of the fence! :)

yvette said...

A great catchy heading....and I love country...they're beauties!

Eva Ason said...

Wohoo - nice photo :) and such strong men they seems to be.
Hope your day has been good. Enjoy your Evening!

Hugs x

Steffen said...

aw wow! what a great photo! :)

That corgi :) said...

what a cute picture!! hope the day is a good one!

betty

Bonnie said...

Good Morning to you! Great picture. You should frame it.

Little Dotty Bird said...

what a handsome lot!! ;)

TARYTERRE said...

Very attractive fellas. I'm glad they stayed on their side of the fence, though. A girl can never be too careful. LOVELY photo.

Natalie Leung said...

hahha cute men :)

natalie

Kalyan said...

That's big and strong men indeed...the stares says it all...nice capture!

Pat MacKenzie said...

Love it. I wonder what the 'men' were thinking about you over there on the other side of the fence!

andrea said...

What a great view from your garden! andrea@townandprairie

Sush said...

OH now... those are some beefy men...err ladies...whatever a whole mess of beef going on there! Thanks for the chuckle and hugs to you lovely Fiona!

forgetmenot said...

What a terrific shot!! It looks like they were just waiting for you to come by and take their picture. Have a lovely week. Mickie :)

In My Wild Eden said...

Wonderful post. It made me smile and left me feeling happy. Hope you have a beautiful day!

Country Mouse Studio said...

love it, they look so curious

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Well I'm glad you had a fence between you and them! I wouldn't have stayed around too long taking too many pictures! Thanks for your comment on my blog this morning. I agree with you! I always try to go to the person's blog and say hi! Enjoy your day! Love your pink flowers!

Ellie said...

Hi Fiona, thanks for coming over - I just wanted to let you know the weather here has been absolutely rotten as well. Heavy rain, wind and getting really cold. We've also had hailstones. So I'm glad I got out on Sunday.
Had to laugh at your comment about your son and his chips.

Desiree said...

What a sight! Now, if you're cunning, you make a deal with them to leave plenty of large plops which you can gather up to feed your compost heap!

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