Making a run for it before the borders close.
With the current crisis engulfing the world my little farm photo-a-day seems so trivial & insignificant. I’ve been grappling with whether I should stop for a while, but I know that my daily photos might just be the diversion and a spot of joy that some people need right now more than ever. So, while ever there is interest, I will do my best to keep going, but let me know when enough is enough.
As I wrote on your blog, your work does us good, but it does you good as well. I wouldn't like it if your pictures weren't there.ReplyDelete
You won't be hearing from me that I've had enough!ReplyDelete
I look forward each day to see what is the latest from the farm.
You might let the roos know that if they get close into a border town they will be OK for going back and forth.
On the other hand they just might be off to do some last minute panic buying....
Please continue. I think that all of us need a diversion. And hope that blogging provides one for you too.ReplyDelete
Always enjoy your photos, keep going as it does us all good including you.ReplyDelete
Daily photos are low risk. I am in a high risk environment.ReplyDelete
Die Fotos jeden Tag sind gut immer gern gesehen.ReplyDelete
We need every "ordinary" input to our days. I do a little Weekly Reader in my area - just a few people - but I will continue sending it and not touch on what is happening - people need some place to rest their minds. Please keep on!ReplyDelete
Keep up with your photos. It's one thing each day to make the day better.ReplyDelete
Please do keep on posting. I think during a time like this it is important to keep on doing the 'normal' things.ReplyDelete
Now this made me smileReplyDelete
This scene brings a smile. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Please don't stop! I need to see lovely photos now more than ever.ReplyDelete
Never trivial nor insignificant. Enlightening and uplifting are the better choice of words. If you have the time and energy to continue, please do. Your captures amaze me every day.ReplyDelete
I look forward to your daily farm photos, especially now as we are isolating ourselves from everyday life. It is good to connect with others in this small way. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I missed this one. BRILLIANT. I actually answered your question on tomorrow's post.ReplyDelete
They are moving fast acroos that field.ReplyDelete
We had deer in our yard last night. I know others have said the same, but I appreciate your photos. Thank you for giving me a glimpse of what farming is like on the other side of the world. Be well!ReplyDelete