– Pastures in the western part of Sonoma County, Middle Road near Valley Ford, CA, U.S.A. February 16, 2019.
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Idyllic! Nice capture!
Thank you. It is a beautiful area. Most think of Sonoma County for it vineyards and wine but we have beautiful pasture land as well.
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This is a beautiful scene, reminded me of the English countryside. I envy your photografic skills Tim. ☺️🍻
Thank you John.
You should consider joining a photo club. I’ve learned a lot from the two that I’m a member of. I also spend too much time looking at YouTube photography educational sites.
Ebenezer might say ‘Baaaa’ 😉 . But I (sheepishly) do not 😆. (Beautiful, bucolic image of Sonoma County.)
Thank you Rawls!
You are undoubtably familiar with this area. Jane and I were wandering around the roads just looking. It was a nice afternoon and the closure of roads because of flooding did not bother us one bit.
Good for Jane and you! If it has not been removed, one day I will have to take you to ‘shovelhenge’ near there 🙂 . Cheers!
I tried looking this up on Google and got a place in North Carolina. Not the some. Can you send me a link?
This is gorgeous, Tim. Love the sheep dotting the hillside…the clouds and red barn are a nice gift. Terrific work!
Jane thank you. After all the heavy rains we went driving west of Petaluma in the pasture lands. Back roads reveal some wonderful visual events. You’ll have to come up and photograph in the area. Also the mustard is out in full bloom.
I need to get out there. Have been throughout that area and just love it. Appreciate the tip about the mustard…wasn’t sure if it was in full bloom yet.
Yes, do so.
It sure looks like it to me.
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