Sunday, May 11, 2008

At the Farm


A flowery meadow from Eden. Geraniums, a whole path lined with daisies. Olives and willows.


More of the same..........


and a grape arbor near the house.............


A path through the olive grove where the earth has been plowed.


If you look very carefully, you will see the actual plow nestling on a bed of hay in a very unobtrusive fashion.
A donkey was borrowed for the big event.


The cow was the star turn of the whole day as far as the two little boys were concerned.
It obliged us by saying 'moo' - or the Arabic version thereof.


Heading back towards the house ...........


for an open air lunch

9 comments:

Marja said...

Oh such nice green pictures and what a beautiful little dude.
(I saw a beautiful picture of you
nice to put a face to a name) Take care

MadameMonet said...

It looks like you had a great day, and like the weather cooperated, too--not too hot, not too cold.

Madame Monet

Muriel said...

Elizabeth, green, green , green! beautiful!

High Desert Diva said...

That grape arbor is giving me ideas for a pergola out back...

Lavinia Ladyslipper said...

The farms of Morocco seem more like Gardens of Eden!

Suburbia said...

What a beautiful place. It looks like you had a great day. I used to love taking mine to the farm.
Is it hot there now?
It's unseasonably hot here about
27c, usually we only get that during the height of the summer!

Suburbia said...

That was a silly question! I guess its always hot, but I meant how hot?!!

Glad your kittens are doing fine:)

Annie said...

Love the cow :-)

Paz said...

I like this farm. I'm with the boys, I'm impressed with the cow, too. ;-)

Paz