Captured Moments


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Haley's Pond Catch
Flattest fish I have ever seen


Sun Splashed Weeds

Rurality Blog Hop & Project 52 


40 comments:

  1. Hi there Terri!

    Beautiful pics....and that is one flat fish! lol!

    Love the horse pic...so beautiful!

    Blessings,
    Tammy

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  2. I love the way you got in so close to that beautiful horse - and the smile on Haley's face is precious!

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  3. Bet that was a good eating fried fish!! What is that fish eating????

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  4. i love yellow flowers and that includes weeds, in fact i like weeds better than roses . cute fishergirl and that is a flat fish.... beautiful horse moment

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  5. Very nice job and that fish is flat (but also fat)

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  6. Oh, I want to go fishing so badly!

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  7. Those yellow flowers look so springlike.

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  8. Love the flowers or weeds-haha! Wow, that is a very flat fish!

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  9. Love all these shots flat fish cool. B

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  10. These are great shots. I love the triumphant gesture of Haley with the fish. And the way you cropped the horse photo is lovely.

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  11. That is a flat fish! Crazy. Neat shots :)

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  12. Oh, fishing sounds like FUN! Is that a sun fish, I wonder! Happy Spring!

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  13. Wonderful moments captured! ~ Love the photography ^_^

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  14. LOVE these photos! The color of the horse is just beautiful!

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  15. Always have to smile when I see a horse. Haley sure was proud of her fish. Looks like he needs fattening up before being meal ready.

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  16. Looking like warm days for you! LOVE the fish! lol

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  17. That is a fat fish LOL...I love the look on Haleys face with her catch. Sweet photo of the horse sharing a meal with all the little birds. The flowers/weeds tie it all together as captured Spring. Enjoyable photo's :)

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  18. The horse is magnificent. And that really is one fat fish!

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  19. Pretty horse! And I love the pic of Haley so happy with her catch!

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  20. Beautiful horse, no matter the size and shape of the fish Haley seems to have enjoyed it no matter what and one man's weeds are another man's flower!
    Lovely shots Terri!

    Those cowbirds need to move on. :)

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  21. Yay spring! Can't wait to go fishing again!

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  22. Cool shots! I like the angle on the horse and how only part of it was necessary for the photo!

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  23. Wow! You have sunshine. :)) I like the photo of Haley and her flat fish.

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  24. Haley's Pond Catch, fun to be that age and that is the good stuff she will have for memories. As I get older I remember how important those times are. Nice texture too on that shot Terri! WOW I love yellow flowers too and am looking for some to stick in a pot at our new sittin' place! Looks beautiful in your bit of country!

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  25. Did you eat the flat fish?! Great pics!

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  26. Beautiful captures! She looks awfully happy with that fish!

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  27. What lovely, peaceful photos! Love your header. Thank you so much for stopping in today. :-)

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  28. My hubs would know what the fish is but he's not here so we'll just call it a flat fish. :)

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  29. So cute with the fish. Love the photos!

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  30. What kind of fish was caught?
    Horses are such beautiful animals and those vivid yellow flowers scream spring - finally.
    Happy week end
    betsy

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  31. Sun splashed weeds look good to me!
    xo Catherine

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  32. A fine series of pictures. Nice horse shot. I have no ideas about the fish. An interesting post.

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  33. Hi Terri, Such pretty pics. Your granddaughter is sweet.
    Hope you are enjoying the week.

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