Thursday, December 31, 2015

Good Fences, Great New Year

Although Eddie, Skabenga and I walk on the golf course every morning as the sun rises,  (yes, even Christmas day!) I don't take a camera. On Boxing Day Grant accompanied me and because he carries my camera, I took photos.
The sun rising over the paddocks just beyond our home 
I love the moon peering out next to the electricity pole and also the fence along the roadside of the golf course

A small herd of Brahman watch the dogs cavorting along the fairway
Eddie and Skabenga come up to the fence to see what Mom is photographing!

This large white animal and the brown one next to it always approach the fence when they see me! 
The owner, who lives in a house nearby and is having coffee on his veranda when I pass,  says he's noticed sees how his cattle love me! 
 I've waited all my adult life for a handsome lad to gaze at me like this one above!

I'm linking to Good Fences Thursday here

Here's wishing all my blogger friends 



  1. Hello Jo, looks like a nice walk with your dogs. I just love the closeups of the cows. The last one is my favorite, so cute! Enjoy your day! I wish you all the best in 2016, a very happy, healthy New Year!

  2. Skabenga has become a big boy ! Not a puppy anymore ! Nice morning walk you do every day !

  3. Oh, yes a great place to walk!! And it is amazing indeed how much Skabenga has grown!! And, of course, the last shot is my favorite, too!! I love it! I do hope you have a wonderful and beautiful new year, Jo!! Enjoy every minute!!

  4. Happy New year old bean , hoping 2016 will be a cracker xxxxxxx

  5. love the cattle! so cute! happy 2016! and thanks for linking when you have the time!

  6. You do have a way with animals. ;)

    Happy New Year!

  7. I love the looks on the faces of the Brahman cows. They look very peaceful and loving. Just stopped by to wish you a very Happy New Year ♥


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