Tuesday, 1 January 2013

The New Year

A colourful start to 2013
A Happy New Year to all my blogging friends and visitors to my blogs.
Here's a little something to cheer you all up.


















22 comments:

  1. I can hardly wait.... Let it be spring soon! Thank you for cheering me up. Five minutes ago it stopped raining, yippie.

    Regards,
    Marianne

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  2. A great selection of images from last year Roy, Let's hope this year will bring us just as many beautiful photo opportunities...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor, I wish they were from all last year, but unfortunately not, but hopefully this year.

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  3. Well what a lovely New Year's treat. All that wonderful colour! Thank you Roy, it was most enjoyable. Wishing you and yours a very Happy and Healthy New Year....and MUCH BETTER WEATHER!!! :-)

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    1. Thanks Jan, hope you and yours have a great 2013.

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  4. Hey Roy....As I sit here looking at the wind swirls the snow covered fields..I don't know if your beautiful photos of what to look forward to make me cheerful or make me feel blue longing for spring : (
    I feel happy that we at least have bright blue skies, and not a cloud to be seen : )
    The purple violet is cheery and the shaggy face cow or whatever it is made laugh so that is good!!
    Grace

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    1. GG. We don't have very much blue in our sky at the moment nor any snow yet.
      The cow is a Highland Cow.

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  5. Happy New Year Roy! Those sure are some cheerful pictures! Love the Scottish cow and the mare and foal!

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  6. Now that's a lovely cheer-up. Thanks Roy and Happy New Year!

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  7. Happy New Year to you and your family Roy, lovely pictures. There are two bunches of daffodils in full flower up the road from where I live, these are always early and it is always interesting to see each year how early they will start to flower, this year they started a couple of days before Christmas.

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    1. Thanks Lyn, Happy New Year to you and yours.
      Thats interesting about the Daffs flowering already, hopefully a good sign of things to come.

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  8. Roy, I'm dazzled. There is definitely a lot to be looking forward to! :)

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    1. Hey Petra, it was supposed to cheer you up not dazzle you.{:))

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    2. It seems that I didn't read carefully enough what it was supposed to do! Well, no harm done... on both sides I guess. :))

      Thank you for your comment on V&V, it was a nice surprise to find it there. Something to think about. Personally, I wouldn't exclude the role-play that generally from the immediate family circle. If I have a problem within my family relations and expectations, I find the role-play helpful. In its positive sense.

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  9. I love the Highland cow and the cows in the group photo and the horses and all of them!! Your pics of the farm animals are pretty incredible as if they are posing for you!

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    1. Thanks Nora, they are great subjects.{:))

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