Sunday, June 19, 2011

happy father's day

from one of the kids.

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18 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour and Happy Father's Day! :)
Cute kids there!
Léia

Kate said...

The fence in the foreground looks pretty flimsy for any frisky kid! Looks like a gathering of kids...lots of them.

Kate said...

PS. And I kid you not!!

Montreal Photo Daily said...

All kidding aside, this photo would make a wonderful painting. Excellent capture.

Have a great day.

Birdman said...

Not a baaaaaaaaaad idea for a Father's Day shot.

Don't unplug your hub said...

Something is keeping the kids in, and it's not that fence!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is a good post for Father's Day -- goats to save father from having to cut the grass.

Or to save father from having to nag the teenage sons to cut the grass.

I used to tell my two sons regularly that what good was it to have boys if they won't cut the grass?

Sharon Creech said...

Such a beautiful photo--that green, green grass, those tall trees, those sweet kids . . .

Amin said...

I think this is very beautiful photo!

Sharon said...

Looks like all the kids have come home to celebrate! Happy Father's Day to your home too!

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

What a fun shot!

Darryl and Ruth :)

VP said...

Being a father, thank you!

Madge said...

Wonderfully peaceful slice of rural life...

Andrew Etchen said...

Happy Fathers Day.

I visited your blog via another blog and I like your photos. Feel free to follow mine so that we can exchange feedback :) cheers!

Jack said...

It is an idyllic country scene, brattcat. Hope your weekend was grand.

Malyss said...

Happy Father's day to Mr Brattcat! and to the proud father(s) of all the kids on the picture! :o)

JM said...

Very pretty! We celebrate Father's Day in March.

Jacob said...

Funny and cute. Our youngest daughter has a bunch of goat in south Florida and now she's talking about buying some mini-goats, whatever they are.

Lot's of "kid" comments in the comments. Which probably means that some kids, like me, never grow up! :-)