blooming weeds



Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.
...... Gerard de Nerval


sharing with Good Fences   @ the runaround ranch

For those who asked- Lil Kreeper is a feeder for young cows and or foals.  Their little heads will fit through the rails (which aren't fully in the pic, what you see is the side rails) and big heads won't.  It keeps the older ones out of the younger ones food bowl.  :)  We don't have any baby cows or horses right now- so this contraption is rusting away.


60 comments:

  1. Love the blanket of yellow flower/weeds!

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  2. These are GREAT photos!
    As a child I could never understand why some of the prettiest flowers were called weeds... and I still don't get it.

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  3. Lovely, I always wonder what went on in those old barns and sheds, yellow flowers to brighten your day.

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  4. The wild flowers are so beautiful in these shots.

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  5. Hi Terri, I love these photos; perfect for good fences! Have a nice day.

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  6. so pretty. love the yellow. have a great Thursday!! ( :

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  7. A double entendre, perhaps? :-)

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  8. I love these "weeds" in springtime. Always wonder who decided weed or flower. ;) blessings ~ tanna

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  9. Hi Terri, I love the weeds or blossoms, the yellow really pops..Great fence shots.. Have a happy Thursday!

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  10. Love all those cheerful yellow blossoms!

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  11. color is nice, no matter how delectable the deliver-er :)

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  12. There is beauty even in weeds, isn't there? Have a great Thursday- xo Diana

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  13. I agree with Gerard 100 percent... i love blooming weeds...

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  14. The tiny yellow flowers in front of the fence makes a perfect Good Fences post!
    Lots of fences and panels in the second shot.
    Good Morning Terri!

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  15. How lovely - a field of sparkly yellow. Much needed here since the high today will only be in the 40s.

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  16. Hard to say what the purpose of the gate over the end of the box might be for. Don't you just love the fields of wild flowers, even if they really are weeds.

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  17. Very nice images. I like how the weathered wood and rusting metal provide a background for the colorful "weeds". Well done.

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  18. The wildflowers and the fences make a really nice combination....one dresses up the other.

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  19. Great fences, but oh my gosh, what lovely flowers! Not sure what their name is, but pretty is a close second name!

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  20. looks like a good working place! knee deep in blooming weeds - like here! :)

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  21. They may be weeds, but they give this field some lovely yellow color!

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  22. What a lovely pasture menace you are enjoying. I love seeing whole fields covered though I am sure the rancher has other thoughts. .
    My Henbit dazzle me with their lavender carpet till it is time to remove them.

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  23. Referred via Good Fences #57 Run*A*Round Ranch Report

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  24. Love it! Popped in to say Hi from Good fences link up.

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  25. Proof that even weeds can be pretty.

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  26. Love the wildflowers here! They are so bright and cheery! I remember my sisters and I used to pick wild flowers in the ditches by the side of the road when we went on walks with our family.

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  27. I've always liked those wooden plank fences especially after they're weathered and aged like the one in the top photo, and I'm sure I'm not the only one who is very curious about the "Lil Kreepr" sign in the second photo. It looks like some additional lettering below but I can't quite make it out..

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  28. What pretty wild flowers. It was interesting learning about the Lil Kreeper."

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  29. Oh my heavens, your pictures are truly stunning! Those yellow blooms along that awesome fence, really pretty!

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  30. Those are too pretty to be weeds!

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  31. those are too pretty to be weeds!

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  32. Really pretty flowers! Great wooden fence!

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  33. Two excellent shots of fences. If there was a contest I'd give you first prize.

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  34. love all of these cute yellow flowers. They look so pretty out in the fields.

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  35. I would love to have some of those weeds, beautiful!

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  36. Excellent! I especially like the second picture.

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  37. My boss says a weed is a misplaced flower. I'd say yours are in just the right place. Just beautiful!

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  38. Weeds are one of my favorite springtime flowers! I try to keep the hubby from mowing them down too early! Wonderful fence to compliment the flowers!

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  39. nothing weedy about this lot!

    A rural idyll like this can be found around here on any walk long enough to go from one farm to the next.

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  40. I love all those yellow flowers. Neat fences too!

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  41. We have plenty like the flowers around here, but none making a fence look so nice.

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  42. the rustic fence looks great amidst the yellow

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  43. Your weeds are prettier than my weeds. :)
    Love the rustic feeder too. Have a lovely weekend!

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  44. How very beautiful! And just weeds.
    Enjoy the rest of your week end

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  45. Love these little weeds...flowers bet they are a buzzing ..great shots Terri x

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  46. Love the yellows of spring. When we were at Biltmore this past Wednesday I took a picture of a total yellow field. Awesome.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  47. I just LOVE the first yellow blossoms of spring! Beautiful photography!

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  48. Wow, fantastic pictures!!! Great! Congratulations and all my best from Austria
    Elisabeth

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  49. Dearest Terri; Lots of Seewt yellow blooms around the fence♡♡♡
    So sorry for my belated comment, wishing you will have a wonderful new week.
    Sincerely from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  50. It's funny how the weeds are more beautiful than the flowers we plant in our yards. Guess the weeds know what they are doing.

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  51. Weeds can be very beautiful. Our children used to play with flowers and made little posies of them.
    Beautiful post!
    Wil, ABCW

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  52. Some weeds are pretty alongside nice fences. Thanks for visiting.

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  53. Weeds can be very pretty...I love the yellow next to the fence!

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  54. That first shot is great! I love some of those blooming weeds.

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  55. love the blooms against the old fence :)

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