Sometimes pictures just look better in Black and White.
This tree at Brazos Bend State Park stood there so proud even if it did not have any limbs or leaves.
This premature calf is almost two months old now.
I think she has grown faster than a regular calf. Her solid black fur is getting some reddish fur coming in around her shoulders and her head.
She has these large eyes that are shaped so pretty. I think she will end up being a beautiful cow.
Fall is here and our biggest show off for fall foilage is our cypress trees.
The foilage turns quickly and then it all falls off and the tree becomes bare.
Fall is a time for reflection of this year 2019 and all the things that have happened. With a new year around the corner, anything is possible.
The best way to get a clear action picture of a cat or dog is if they are headed towards you.
If that is not possible up your shutter speed and try from the side of the animal.
This is Puffy Tail I was in the pasture and the cats follow me like dogs well she was the last one out there and came bounding across the pasture running. I was able to get this shot really quickly.
Sometimes I can take a picture like this that says it all.
This calf I believe was born the day before yesterday.
It is a tiny calf so more than likely it was premature but it seems to be getting around good and being quite active.
My next week is very congested with doctor appointments and testing but I am a strong woman who will persevere and get through it all.
Instead of being frustrated over next week controlling my life I am grateful we have very good insurance to cover all the testing I am currently undergoing.
I will be seeing the oncologist for the 1st time since going off the Exemestane. This will be a long visit full of me explaining the side effects and giving explanations about MY decisions to do this.
I will be demanding more answers about the Prolia injections I have had over the last 1-1/2 yrs and what this drug has done to me and my body.
I will be wearing a Holter monitor to that visit from the new cardiologist. This is what I call multitasking.
I caught these two cows smelling each other’s breath. Actually, I think the one on the left was curious about what the one on the right was eating.
Sometimes it’s about capturing those moments you never see happen and using your imagination to decide what they were doing.
Cows have this really cute personality about them that some people never notice.