Sunday, May 23, 2010

Sunday Stills: Landscapes


The Sunday Stills Challenge this week was landscapes..I shoot lots of them..but they usually have a dog in them.
 Chance waiting patiently at the end of our driveway while we were planting trees..being a black dog on warm days he seeks the shade to rest.  The Burr Oaks are not totally leafed out yet.
Long Lake one day this week. 
Buffalo in a field one day this week on the way to town, this one was taking on the fly..out the passenger window..I was not driving. Have a good week everyone:) 

12 comments:

  1. Oh wow! The bison are so cool! So many of them, too. I wonder if they are beefalo, cross-bred with cattle for meat?

    Great shots. It's always fun to see Chance and a dog adds visual interest to a photo, I think :)


    ~Lisa

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  2. Pretty pictures Connie. Chance is the cutest fellow. Beautiful sky too.

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  3. Oh my! I love the one with the doggie but the bufflao one is great too. Beautiful!

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  4. Great job! Even on the fly. :)

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  5. In the art world a landscape is predominately trees land and sky, but a point of interest is not necessarily bad. It can be there and especially if it is Chance or a herd of buffaloes.
    You have heard that you can't roller skate in a buffalo herd, unless you have a mind to.

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  6. Nice shots, like the Bison picture.

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  7. Very nice, its getting greener up there..:-)

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  8. Don't forget to enter any/all landscape photos to my blog by May 31st...my FREE photo contest this month's theme is LANDSCAPES too!!!! Thanks everyone!

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  9. Great shots! I especially like the first one. I like shady spots too! 8)

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  10. I love the lake shot but then I think of the mosquitoes you must get so I don't get too jealous ;)

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  11. They are all great photos of a really pretty place! We have "buffalo" or bison that wander thru our ranch on occassion. They live in Theodore Roosevelt National Park,which is a "neighbor" of ours here in North Dakota. They are always exciting to photograph, aren't they?

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I love your comments! I am glad you stopped by! Connie