We drive by this farm with the world's friendliest pigs occasionally
and last week they surprised us with cute little babies following them
to the fence.
This ram wasn't having the pigs getting all the attention.
Hubby had to show me this shed that isn't really there (404 error message).
And, this is my idea of a 'cottage'.
And the overcast weather ended with a lovely sunset.
My world is still wet (although, it is getting a bit warmer)
and I have a bit of cabin fever,
so, I've been trawling through the archives again and thought
I would share this one with you.
What is your world looking like this week?
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These are from the archives.
I thought it was ambitious that someone made a home from these old water tanks.
This shipwreck is at Patea Beach. Here's some history.
The things you see on the side of the road!
Good Random Fun (you pick!)
Every morning, rain or shine, they sit on the fence and patiently wait for me
to put out some birdseed on the driveway.
The male chafinch hops around
on the front porch rail when he's hungry.
Out in the paddocks, I hear plovers who make their nests on the flat fields
but haven't got any photos.
And the heron regulars have been to the water trough but the photos
didn't turn out. I did get this pair of paradise ducks taking a rest.
The kingfisher that hangs around the house gets
pretty close, enough for photos.
The skittish starlings are building a nest in our garage, I think.
The blackbirds are really skittish, too, and fast!
And then there is the elusive hawk that I call Twitchie.
With all the time I spend trying to get photos of him, I
usually come up empty. Then I noticed him land a few paddocks over.
And most of my shots of him overhead aren't very sharp, so I
was happy to get this one.