Photo by Salt Water New England

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

The Farm in March

Photos by Salt Water New England

    











 

11 comments:

  1. What superb photos! Thank you so very much!

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  2. I don't think I've ever seen such dirty ducks!
    LOVE your photos. Always! xo

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  3. Love the photos! I have very fond childhood memories of making maple syrup with my Grandpa. Collecting the sap, riding precariously on the fender of the big John Deere tractor. The smell of the open fire and syrup in the sugar shack. Simpler times! Thank you for posting!

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  4. Thank you for these lovely, calming mind images. Hard and so significant work, seeing animals living in decent conditions, enjoying sun, grass, pond probably (it's essential for ducks, they love it!) and respected by the owner melt my heart. Clay pots with moss patina so beautiful! Can't wait when we can live partly in the country.

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  5. Smoke and steam from a sugar shack is a sure sign that spring is on her way!

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  6. I am really envious of those big sheds with all those seedlings. For an amateur gardener like myself, starting seeds even with grow lights in a south-facing window is a challenge. My timing is always off and the plants get too leggy. It's too cold outside when they are ready to thin and transplant into a larger space, so my efforts usually fizzle. The sheds pictured here are so neat and so perfect. Hats off to your farmer friend for his outstanding farm.

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  7. That farmer who sometimes appears in your photos must be the best-dressed agriculturist alive.

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    1. I know. I spy an ancient L.L. Bean ragg sweater in the first picture and LLB chamois shirt in the last.

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  8. Thank you for bringing back the farmer!!

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  9. Sexy farmer content!!!

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