Fenced in the Shade







You shall not pass 

This is what happens when the inside of your car is 70 degrees and you roll down the window to 100 degree, steamy, humid, mucky air. Either that, or my camera is just acting a fool, like it tends to do sometimes. LOL! 

Sharing with Tex @ The Run Around Ranch for Good Fences.





Same thing happened here, (just around the curve from gate) only I sharpened it up just a bit at ipiccy. Still..don't stare at it too long..it will make your eyes cross. LOL! 

sharing with 
 ABC Wednesday ~ C is for cows &
Wordless Wednesday
Around here lately...
Mark is doing well, and hasn't had too many problems. But, I am so thankful that my daughter is a nurse.  I fret, she comes over, checks out her dad, and it all seems better. I know she is scared about this too, but somehow, just having her here to explain this, that or the other calms my soul. 

Leaving you with a favorite quote..... 

Don't dig up in doubt what you have planted in faith. 
Elisabeth Elliot

sharing with Kim@ Little By Little for  Little Things Thursday

Have a blessed week!

65 comments:

  1. Oh, I like the effect! Heat and humidity, not so much.

    Glad Mark is continuing to improve steadily... sending hugs for you!

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  2. My car was all fogged up from the heat here yesterday too. I like your photos though. It adds a dream-like quality to them. :) Glad to hear your husband is doing well and that your daughter is nearby to check on him and help allay your fears.

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  3. Hello Terri, I like the artsy look on these images. I especially love the cattle. I hope you Mark is Ok, have a happy day!

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  4. I like the look too. Your pictures are always special! What would we do without sweet helpful daughter?

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  5. I like the effects your steamed up camera created!

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  6. I like that hazy effect. It's reassuring to have a doctor/nurse in the family. Glad you have your daughter.

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  7. ahhhhh...I can't uncross my eyes (good that I know where all the keys are)

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  8. Your photos are pretty - almost like you added a filter to them.

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  9. I'm always surprised at the results one gets through a fogged over lens. I love the look, so dreamy!

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  10. Those cattle know the best place to be and are possibly thinking ah look a poor human in a hot metal box.

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  11. My eye glasses do the same thing when I exit the car making me temporarily blind.
    How fortunate you have handy medical knowledge via your daughter.. I am sure she makes what might be scary normal. I use to have a friend like that and I sure miss her.

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  12. The animals know enough to get into the shade, right?

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  13. My glasses fog and my camera fogs and the photos are fuzzy. Some photos look great like your photos with special effects. I hope the health of your husband improves.

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  14. Yes, I CANNOT look at those too long!

    ROG, ABCW

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  15. haha...my sunglasses did this leaving the grocery yesterday....just shows how cold the store was and how hot it was outside!
    Love the cows...adorable photo!

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  16. I know what you mean.The temperature difference can wreck a good shot.These on the other hand are kind of cool with the 'texture'.

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  17. Wonderful news about Mark - and the support system you have in your daughter.
    Love the images. Loathe the heat.

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  18. Those blurry pictures look quite artistic.

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  19. The cows are melting! Great shot, actually!

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  20. i like the neat effect on both! so glad you have a family medical support person to ease your mind!

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  21. I like the dreamy feeling of your photos. Perfect for a hot summer day. Best wishes to you and your Husband.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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  22. It's an interesting effect, whatever caused it!
    Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/variations.html

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  23. Great photos, I like it :-)

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  24. So staring at cows in the heat makes your eyes go blurry huh? You know, you could have called it an impressionistic painting of a rural scene. I woul have believed that. Hang in there. Convalescence is no fun for anyone! Happy for your daughters expertise! That has to make you and your hubby feel good!

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  25. I love the dreamy look of the photos! And I'm glad your hubby is doing well. I'm keeping him in my prayers and hoping you won't worry. Sweet hugs, Diane

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  26. I hope and pray things continue to go well...I like the shots. They are strange, but they seem like they were meant to be that way.

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  27. I had that happen one time when I got out of the van on a hot and steamy day! But I like the way your photos turned out.

    Hope your husband is doing better.

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  28. I do like the pictures! Thankful Mark is doing better. I know your daughter is of great comfort to both of you.

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  29. I love the blur! Several weeks ago, I was out taking pictures and switched lenses - couldn't figure out why my photos were blurry because I'd wiped off the lens...then it hit me: if the lens fogs, so does the internal glass. *sigh* Sometimes I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed.

    Stopping by from Image-in-ing!

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  30. So good to have a support system especially a nurse in the family! Makes the person "incharge" feel better, one day at a time. Your photos have a dreamy quality to them:)

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  31. WOW That is some heat I do wsihyou could sent us some to the UK. NO summer here this year. Love the cows

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  32. The cattle look very content parked under those trees!

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  33. You're braver than I am... I don't even go outside! And that looks rather like how my eyes have been seeing things lately.

    It must be comforting to have someone medical in the family. Hoping Mark continues to do well.

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  34. So happy about your Husband's continued improvement and lucky you with a nurse for a daughter. CH had surgery yesterday morning. He is doing great but it would be nice to have a nurse in the family... just that little extra relief. Those are some cool pictures. Love the colors and softness.

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  35. I kinda like that second one - sort of a dreamy effect. Like that you just went with what you got!

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  36. It is good to have someone well trained like your daughter to be around to assured you that your husband is doing well. It is so much comforting. Love the cows feeling relaxed under the tree.

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  37. I actually like the arty effect that it brings, plus the golden tones.

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  38. Wonderful photos. It made me smile to see how this pictures were taken...It has been so hot here that my first breath taken out the door is just suffocating. The photos made me smile!! Thank you!

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  39. neat shots. i love the quote too!! very true. happy week to you! ( :

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  40. These are really great! Stay cool and hope your husband keeps doing well.

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  41. That is interesting that your camera did that but I rather like the effect. That lost shot is quite dreamy looking. - Glad to hear your hubby is doing better and yes it is good to have a nurse in the family.

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  42. It must be very comforting to have your daughter come over. Continued thoughts and prayers for your husband's good health. Thse photos are very soothing, and look very cool also. Love the cows!

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  43. The cows have the right idea to be in the shade. We have some of the same heat and humidity going on here at the moment. Yesterday was particularly bad.

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  44. I liked the photos even feeling a bit dizzy and foggy . . .
    We finally ave had a break in the humidity . . .
    Key word . . . FINALLY!

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  45. Hi Terri! Sorry about that heat but it sure caused an interesting effect on your photos! Thanks for visiting my fences. I really enjoyed the Elliott quote! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  46. Really cool images, amazing what effect the heat and humidity can have on technology

    mollyxxx

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  47. Oh girl that quote is precious and so true. So funny with the camera. Hope things keep going well.

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  48. Love that EE quote. She's one of my heroes. I think your humid photos look pretty artistic!

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  49. Oh I love the humid foggy effect:) The last one is perfectly fine. I am so happy your husband is doing better and it is so wonderful your daughter is a nurse. HUGS HUGS B

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  50. Hi Terri, I love these photos and how your camera even captured the heat. Great fences and the cows seem to have the right idea. Resting in the shade. So glad you have your daughter there to ease your mind. Nothing better then family support and love.
    Hugs, cm

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  51. I sometimes have the same camera problems at very high altitude! Everything goes blurry--or maybe it's my eyes that go blurry?

    Hope all will continue to be well with your husband!

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  52. That first shot is stunning!

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  53. That is amazing photography, even if you didn't want the hazy effect.
    The expressions on the cows faces are priceless, wouldn't you love
    to know what they're thinking.
    Sorry to learn of your husband's illness but pleased to know that he's
    now on the mend, may it continue and thank the lord for a caring daughter
    supporting and comforting you both,

    Best wishes,
    Di.
    ABCW team.

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  54. Well that is hot! Hope Mark continues to feel better.

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  55. Very cool images....so interesting to get such a texture without even trying!! Good news about the hubs!!

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  56. I'm so glad your daughter is there to help when you need her!

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  57. Hi Terri, I haven't blogged much lately --nor visited. However, I try to read others' posts to keep up. So glad that your hubby is doing so well. Thanks be to God.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  58. Glad your hubby is doing well!!

    I kind of like the "steamed" photo effect. Probably rough on the camera though! :)

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  59. I'm in awe of those shots, they are reminiscent of a Orton type of image...and you know, there are photographers that spend days and hours trying to create this look.. You might be onto something here.

    I certainly hope that your husband feels better soon, it's awfully hard on everyone when they are not well.

    Jen

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  60. Hi there!
    I really like the pictures, and their hazy look ... they're pretty cool :)

    Sending "feel better soon" wishes to your husband.
    It must give you such peace of mind to have a daughter that can keep tabs on him, and reassure you of his progress.

    ~K.

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  61. Neat effect. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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