Troutbirder: Stories Past and Present of The Nature Loving Life
Beautiful scenes, TB. I love the word "bucolic". It's a word that's fallen out of use much.
Very nice series - she did a great job!
My daughter moved to a house in the country a half hour north of Lacrosse, Wi, so the scenes are very similar. I love the rolling country side of Wisconsin. I grew up in Eastern Wisconsin, but the country side is much different there, even though it is rolling.You are fortunate to have the diversity in your part of MN (my husband's home area.) Up here in the north central part, it is very flat. I'm grateful for the trees, which disguise the flat land. We're not in the prairie, either.
Fine job....I especially like the curving roads. Makes me want to explore further.
Nice pictures though I hope they were not taken recently. I look out this morning and see 5 inches of snow, and will come down all day.
Great shots, nice drive, wondered if it was yours.
i love, love, love, love, love these shots. nicely done, mrs. t!
Mrs. T has a good eye there and retired teacher continues to educate with such words as Bucolic...
Such a beautiful area, Troutbirder. I'm so glad you don't have to leave it for Canada.
Wonderful shots. Thanks for the definition as I was wondering if I really knew what it meant. I have heard it being used a lo. but now I know.
Mrs T is a superb photographer - what gorgeous country! Yes, it does define bucolic.I was thrilled to see that the vote in Minnesota supported marriage equality too!
These are gorgeous photos! I'd like to have that much space and scenery where I live.
Gorgeous photos! I love the cows, the scenery and the wonderful relaxed atmosphere.
Mrs. T is quite the shutterbug!
Beautiful pictures. A bit like New England. Thanks for the definition!
Thanks, I learned a new word today! Wonderful bucolic images.
Hey! Look at all your warmth and sunshine! Spread that love around my friend! Haha! Lovely photos by your sweetie!Happy weekend!xo Catherine
Just lovely Mrs. T!